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Well, Soulja Boy’s not lying but he’s not telling the truth either…

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This line is written about 50 Cent’s past because the majority of Curtis was written about his life before his début.

Prior to GRoDT, 50 Cent dreamt of fame and riches. Meanwhile pursing his dream of becoming a rap star — he was a low level crack dealer affiliated with the Supreme Team.

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50 Cent’s mother was a lesbian, earning him the nickname of ‘accident baby.

Prior to rapping, 50 Cent’s nickname was Boo Boo. The reason 50 refers to himself as Boo Boo is because Curtis was inspired by his life prior to Get Rich or Die Tryin' when he wasn’t 50 Cent the rapper, but Boo Boo the drug dealer.

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This is a nod to Biggie’s hook in “Just Playin' (Dreams)”.

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The choice of feature was quite odd, even for 50. He even admitted that the features were quite far out of his comfort zone

Outside of Eminem and Dr. Dre, it has just been G-Unit around 50 Cent as an artist,“ he said of how he’s changed up his MO for the new LP. "This time I worked with Akon, with Mary J., Robin Thicke, Will.I.Am, Pharrell, Swizz Beatz, Kanye West. Me and Young Buck featuring Nicole from the Pussycat Dolls. The album, for me, was finding a space where I am content and comfortable with my career, where I can go off and create with other artists and experiment a little bit.

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He can’t help being rich, but his his wealth is not his only trait — God gave him style aswell

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50 Cent is no stranger to Billboard 200! His debut albums Get Rich or Die Tryin' and The Massacre both peaked at number one on Billboard 200 for several weeks. Along with this, “In Da Club” and “21 Questions” both sat at the #1 spot respectively.

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After all, it’s the same as it’s ever been.

We in the club doin' the same ol' two step

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50 Cent eventually spun off this pimp persona into regular comedy skits titled Pimpin' Curly which featured on his website http://www.thisis50.com

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Dope beats and lyrics — Can’t wait for Animal Ambition!

"Http://images.rapgenius.com/7922538669c269dce7e36880ae8ed..." (Isaiah G – Ready For The World Cover Art) | pending

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Beautiful annotation

"50 Cent" (Rap Genius Editors – Teams) | accepted

ScopeY, put me down I’ve already cleaned through most of GRODT.

Drake, an avid fan of 50 Cent and Eminem, may have referred to this line by Em on Don’t Push Me

Man I’m done sayin' that I’m done playin'

"The Argentinians are masters at this." (Food52 – How to Grill Any Steak in 5 Steps) | rejected