50 Cent Opens Up About His Interscope Records Fallout With Funkmaster Flex (Video)

Hip-Hop Fans, please subscribe to AFH TV, a streaming video service focused on real Hip-Hop culture. We already have exclusive interviews, documentaries, and rare freestyles featuring some of Rap’s most iconic artists and personalities, and much more is coming--movies, TV series, talk shows. We need your support. It is only $1.99/month or $12/year, and is available on iOS, Android, Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire and Google TV, for all subscribers. Start your 7-day free trial now. Thank you.

50 Cent has stripped down everything to rebuild. Whether it’s seemingly parting ways with G-Unit’s Lloyd Banks and Tony Yayo to go for ‘dolo again, exiting Interscope Records rather abruptly (and to some extent, over a three-year exodus), and settling beefs with The LOX and Fat Joe, while turning down olive branches from Game and others.

Still confused?

Even with some grabby and revealing interviews as of late, Funkmaster Flex gets 34 minutes worth of scoops, especially on the exact moment a decade-plus love affair with Shady/Aftermath/Interscope turned sour, business-wise.

After watching this interview, do you feel differently about the knee-jerk sentiments that Fif calculatedly stirs the pot before albums?

Related: 50 Cent Explains in Detail What Went Wrong With G-Unit, Name by Name (Video)