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50 Cent’s Lawyer Defends Mic Throwing Incident: Clearing the Air

50 Cent’s Lawyer Defends Mic Throwing Incident: Clearing the Air

In a recent turn of events that sent shockwaves through the hip-hop community, 50 Cent found himself at the center of controversy during a live show in Los Angeles. As he threw the his faulty mic and struck Power 106 host Bryhana Monegain.

The incident immediately raised concerns, with many speculating about criminal battery charges looming over the rap icon. However, before we jump to conclusions, it’s crucial to hear both sides of the story.

To shed light on the situation, 50 Cent’s lawyer, Scott Leemon, stepped forward to defend his client vigorously. Leemon was quick to assert that this incident was not a malicious act but rather an unfortunate accident. In a statement to the LAPD, he emphatically stated,

“Let’s be very clear, as I told LAPD this afternoon, my client, Curtis, would never intentionally strike anyone with a microphone,” said Leemon in a statement. “Anyone saying something different doesn’t have all the facts and is misinformed.”

This statement underscores the need to avoid rushing to judgment and to consider all the facts before passing judgment on 50 Cent. Leemon’s assertion suggests that there might be more to the story than meets the eye, urging us to reserve judgment until all the details emerge.

In the midst of this controversy, another prominent figure in the hip-hop world, The Game, couldn’t resist taking a jab at 50 Cent via social media. He wrote,

“Curtis yo fat ass came to L.A. hittin women,” wrote the Compton rapper.

As the hip-hop community closely monitors this incident, it’s clear that the narrative is far from over. The spotlight now shines on 50 Cent’s lawyer’s assertion and The Game’s social media taunt, raising questions about what really transpired that night in L.A.

In the world of urban and hip-hop celebrity gossip, stories like these are always in the spotlight. It’s essential to approach them with an open mind, acknowledging that the truth may not be as apparent as it seems. As the investigation unfolds, one thing is certain: this mic throwing incident has sparked a conversation that won’t fade away anytime soon. Stay tuned to The Urban Spotlight for all the latest updates on this unfolding saga.

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Eminem Fires Back at The Game in The Realest Epic Comeback THEURBANSPOTLIGHT.COM

Eminem Fires Back at The Game in ‘The Realest’ – Epic Comeback!

Eminem Fires Back at The Game in ‘The Realest’ – Epic Comeback!

Last night, a sneak peek of Eminem’s collaboration on Ez Mil’s track “The Realest” left fans in anticipation. Not only did he address an ongoing feud with Melle Mel, but also took the opportunity to settle other scores, including one with The Game.

The Game had taken a shot at Eminem last year when he dropped “The Black Slim Shady,” a ten-minute diss track aimed at the rap legend, claiming Em’s music doesn’t get enough club play. However, Eminem came prepared with a powerful response, and now the full track is out for everyone to hear.

In a few razor-sharp bars, Eminem fires back at The Game, “All the envious rappers I’d torch if I’m on a joint with ’em/And that is the only retort is I’m not played in the clubs muthaf*cker put a cork in it/Only reason they still play your sh*t in the clubs/(Why?) is ’cause you still perform in em,” Em raps.

The question remains, can The Game effectively rebound from such a dig?

In this latest exchange of lyrical prowess, Eminem’s fans are eagerly awaiting The Game’s response.

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The Game Is Disappointed With Nike For Suspending Kyrie Irving's Shoe Deal

The Game Is Disappointed With Nike For Suspending Kyrie Irving’s Shoe Deal

The Game Is Disappointed With Nike For Suspending Kyrie Irving’s Shoe Deal

The Game defended Kyrie Irving and criticized Nike for terminating their partnership with the Brooklyn Nets star.

Nike cut ties with Kyrie Irving on Friday (November 4), following a contentious tweet in which he advocated for a book and movie that contained some antisemitic language and sentiments. The upcoming November 8 release of the Kyrie 8 shoe was postponed by the company as soon as Nike’s suspension went into effect.

“At Nike, we believe there is no place for hate speech and we condemn any form of antisemitism,” read a statement released from the company. “We are deeply saddened and disappointed by the situation and its impact on everyone.”

In response to a post about the announcement made on The Shade Room’s Instagram account, The Game expressed his disagreement with the choice.

“Juice you for all your BLACKNESS, use you to sell everything they got then publicly LYNCH you,” he wrote. “I’m woke.”

In addition, other members of the Hip Hop scene commented, with Waka Flocka mentioning Ice Cube and his Big 3 Basketball league. Ben Baller, a well-known jeweler, went a little further

“At some point in our time there has to be a punishment maximum that cannot be exceeded for a hate crime of any kind,” he commented. “I get it. He f*cked up… so what’s fair? Strip him dead?”

Nike made its decision a day after the Brooklyn Nets announced that Kyrie Irving had been suspended for five games without pay. 

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Tony Yayo Requests An Apology From The Game And Young Buck For 50 | "Let's Get This Money"

Tony Yayo Requests An Apology From The Game And Young Buck For 50 | “Let’s Get This Money”

Tony Yayo Requests An Apology From The Game And Young Buck For 50 | “Let’s Get This Money”

Tony Yayo and Uncle Murda talked with Math Hoffa about a variety of subjects, including 50 Cent and Eminem on the most recent episode of My Expert Opinion.

Tony Yayo of NewYork recommended during his appearance on the My Expert Opinion show that

The Game and Young Buck should apologize to 50 Cent.

“Yo Game! Apologize to 50 and Eminem. Yo Buck! Apologize to 50. Banks, you know what it is and we can go get this money. Let’s go a couple of millions. Let’s get 30-40 million. We don’t even gotta talk. You stay in your dressing room with Wack and all of them and we stay over here and we get this money,”

Yayo made this suggestion on the podcast My Expert Opinion.

The fallout between The Game and 50 Cent started on February 28, 2005, when 50 Cent confronted The Game live on air while appearing on Hot 97. Despite Fif contributing to the success of Game’s Aftermath debut album “The Documentary,” 50 Cent claimed The Game was unfaithful. The third single from the album, “Hate It Or Love It,” was also co-written by 50 Cent, who also contributed to the lyrics of the album’s previous two hits, “Westside Story” and “How We Do.”

In 2022, 50 Cent and The Game were still exchanging social media jabs. When 50 Cent made an appearance at the Los Angeles Super Bowl Halftime Show in 2022, their bitter enmity gained a new dimension. Tony Yayo claims that 50 Cent won’t ever reconcile with The Game, despite the fact that it is extremely improbable that The Game will ever apologize to Fif. However, it is still possible to “make money” with a G-Unit reunion even without Fif. 

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The Game Asserts That He Never Had A Beat From Dr. Dre

The Game Asserts That He Never Had A Beat From Dr. Dre

The Game Asserts That He Never Had A Beat From Dr. Dre

The Game recently sat down with Just Blaze and Katty Customs for an interview as part of Uproxx’s Fresh Pair series. The rapper is promoting his most recent album, “Drillmatic – Mind Vs Heart.”

The rapper from Compton stated that he never got a beat from Dr. Dre during the course of the program as he talked about his relationship with the Aftermath founder.

“Dre didn’t do any beats on The Documentary,” he said at the 21:39 mark. “But I didn’t say he didn’t oversee it. You want Dre to oversee anything because he’s a mastermind when it comes to that. But as far as doing a beat for The Documentary? No. And I’ve never had a Dre beat in my career.”

The Game worked in the studio with Kanye West several times earlier this year. After that, The Game claimed that Ye had accomplished more for him in just two weeks than Dr. Dre had in his entire career. He remarked, “It’s incredible because Ye did more for me in the previous two weeks than Dre did for me throughout my entire career.

The Game Asserts That He Never Had A Beat From Dr. Dre. What are your thoughts on this? Let is know in the comments section.

The Game and 50 Cent’s Beef Reignites During Houston Show

The Game and 50 Cent’s Beef Reignites During Houston Show

The Game and 50 Cent’s Beef Reignites During Houston Show

50 Cent received an Emmy Award for his performance with Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Eminem, Kendrick Lamar, and Mary J. Blige with the Super Bowl halftime show, this week. The rapper praises Eminem but criticizes The Game for missing out on an Emmy. ‘I’m sad you didn’t receive a trophy, but oh no. If you need someone to talk to after the first week, I’m available. LOL,’ he commented with his well-known automobile gif.

The Compton rapper made the decision to react, as he called out the POWER executive during his performance at Houston’s Legends Only Concert. “I’ma tell everybody in here: I still don’t f**k with 50 Cent. He a bi**h ni**a,” he said. “It ain’t no cut with that ni**a. Next time we in the same place ni**a, sh*t getting thrown. I don’t f**k with that ni**a, he a s**ker ni**a.”

He continued: “I’ma say it in Houston, I’ll say it in New York, I’ll say it anywhere ni**a, that n***a’s a straight bi**h. And I like the TV show. Ni**a, now put that on the internet.”

50 Cent then replied on his social media. He also shared the Game’s clip. “oh no, you making me nervous now you know it’s not safe around me [laughing emoji] when i’m nervous LOL.” he commented in the caption.

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The Game Reflects His First Exposure To A Dead Body When He Was Just 7 Years Old

The Game Reflects His First Exposure To A Dead Body When He Was Just 7 Years Old

The Game Reflects His First Exposure To A Dead Body When He Was Just 7 Years Old

The Game recently spoke candidly on the Full Send Podcast about seeing his first dead body when he was just 7 years old. The rapper from Compton was playing football in the street when a shooting left someone dead; he claims this was the first of many deaths he would witness throughout his life.

“Maybe like seven or something,” The Game responded when asked how old he was when he first came upon a dead body. “It was just a drive-by shooting, somebody got a hit. It was late out and we were outside playing and you know, of course, people are always like, some people run left, away, and other nosy ass people come towards whatever happened. So, me and my homies were outside playing. I mean, we weren’t homies, we were seven.

“But yeah, we were throwing a football in the street, which is crazy, because when you think about playing football in the street with cars parked on both sides, it’s the wildest shit, right? You can be running in that shit all the time. But yeah, we just walked down there man and were just like, ‘Oh, so and so got shot.’ And it just be over like that.”

The Game Also Related A Tale Of The Most Bizarre Death He Had Ever Witnessed

“The craziest one I’ve ever seen is probably, I saw two Spanish dudes get shot in a Buick Regal,” he said. “Two bullet holes through the back window, both dead, and one of their eyeballs was stuck. You remember how the old locks used to be, you could kinda pull them up? His eye was like stuck in that.”

He added, “I can remember just wanting to lift his head up out of that ’cause it was kind of a fucked up way for people to see you, you know? I remember feeling real bad about that. But yeah man, I’ve seen tons of murders and shit.”

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Wack 100 Claims He Can't Listen To Future's Music Because It's "Dull And One-dimensional"

Wack 100 Claims He Can’t Listen To Future’s Music Because It’s “Dull And One-dimensional”

Wack 100 Claims He Can’t Listen To Future’s Music Because It’s “Dull And One-dimensional”

Wack 100 is known for his outspoken beliefs, and The Game’s manager is notorious for his controversial outbursts in interviews and on the Clubhouse social networking platform. The well-known manager makes news once more when he criticizes Future’s music, calling it monotonous and dull.

He was recently in a clubhouse session with Southside, an 808 Mafia producer, where they discussed Future. “Why you saying I’m hating on Future? I’m just telling you his music is dreary and same, one-dimensional. I can’t listen or watch that ni**a on no stage for a hour, bro,” Wack stated. “That’s not hate, bro. I don’t think… you gotta understand. I don’t get high. Maybe you gotta be high… We talking about headlining, ni**as coming behind Busta Rhymes, Future definitely cannot come behind Busta Rhymes’s performance. It’s like from one extreme to the next. Like, Busta gonna have a seizure and aneurism and a heart attack on stage. This ni**a comes up same sh*t.”

He added, “This ni**a Future, bro, his sh*t is just one pocket and that’s just what it is. Ni**a, even on the Drake tour, they didn’t let Future do a full set. Drake came out for forty-five [minutes]. Future came out for twenty-five, and then Drake came back out. I’m telling you. I started nodding out [during Future’s set].”

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The Game Confirms A 30-Song "Drillmatic" Tracklist

The Game Confirms A 30-Song “Drillmatic” Tracklist

The Game Confirms A 30-Song “Drillmatic” Tracklist

The Game’s next studio album, Drillmatic, will be out in just a few weeks. Though he previously stated that Born 2 Rap would be his final album, the rapper has been hard at work with Hit-Boy, who acts as executive producer on the upcoming record.

The Game has been progressively releasing more details about the album, but he has yet to provide any details about the features or tracklist. On Tuesday night, the rapper posted some flashback images of himself and his son from the Documentary period to Instagram. The project will be split into two halves, Mind and Heart, according to the last slide of the post.

Following the release of Kendrick Lamar’s Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers, The Game sent roses to all of the rappers who have released albums this year, but claimed that his next project would be his best yet.

“I know my album gone be the best album of 2022 cause the energy feels like I just signed my deal. You’ve never heard me rap like this, I promise you,” he said. “When it drops, I promise you that if you put your ear to it you will then understand why I’m the best rapper alive. My controversy has always stepped on my greatness, but that’s all about to change. This album has a strong hold on being the best album of my career.”

On June 17th, The Game will release Drillmatic-Mind Vs. Heart.

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Asian Doll Claims That The Game Plagiarized Her Album Title And Release Date

Asian Doll Claims That The Game Plagiarized Her Album Title And Release Date

Asian Doll Claims That The Game Plagiarized Her Album Title And Release Date

Asian Doll posts and deletes a tweet about The Game’s “Drillmatic,” which has a similar title and release date to her album.

For months, The Game has been hyping his upcoming album, Drillmatic. Many rappers, like G Herbo, have predicted that the West Coast veteran’s new album will be one of the greatest of the year. So far, we’ve only heard Kanye West’s “Eazy,” which is still playing on the radio. Fans are eager to hear what the Compton rapper has cooked up with Hit-Boy, with a release date scheduled for June 17th.

The Game’s upcoming album, Asian Doll, appears to have some parallels to it. In a since-deleted tweet, the self-proclaimed Queen Of Drill expressed her feelings over The Game’s Drillmatic. Saying that the Compton MC imitated her. “Not The Game dropping on my day & his shit named ‘drillmatic’ & my shit called ‘Lets Do A Drill,'” she joked. “WTF.”

The Game has yet to respond to Asian Doll’s tweet, although it’s unlikely that he did so on purpose.

Asian Doll hasn’t put out a new project in nearly two years. Her EP, Doll DZN Reloaded, was out in 2020, and it featured a collaboration with King Von. She’s released a few singles and collaborations since then, all leading up to the release of her upcoming album.

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