50 Cent never bites his tongue, but this time the rapper isn’t throwing shade, he’s throwing a bit of water on flames he’s fueled in the past. 2020 really is the year of unpredictability.
Fiddy, aka Curtis Jackson, is making the interview rounds promoting his new book, “Hustle Harder, Hustle Smarter”. During his latest stop on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen, the infamous beef-starter seem to abandon his normal inflammatory behavior and instead took a cooler tone when addressing his recent disagreement with Oprah Winfrey and Gayle King on their “attacks” on Black men in the #MeToo movement.
“I’m good with both of them. I made a comment about not understanding why we’re choosing specific people for the #MeToo stuff, the documentaries. The president has those accusations, and no one has a documentary on the president. And as far as entertainment is concerned, I thought that [Harvey] Weinstein was bigger than the other guys in entertainment that we see. Those other guys are just easy victims, that’s all.”
Is that Fiddy being … reasonable?
Oh, but wait, it didn’t stop there. Cooler heads prevailed when he discussed Wendy Williams and accusations that he had her thrown out of a pool party last August. The two have had a long-standing beef for years, but in this instance 50 decided to dead the rumor instead of adding fuel to it. #growth
Honestly, we’re not too surprised, Mr. Jackson did tell us he was backing away from beef when we spoke to him at his star on thew walk of fame ceremony. Nice to see he’s keeping his word.