50 Cent is rarely shy about speaking on his feuds.
However, he has always been a bit reluctant to discuss his problems with Sha Money XL, who helped launch Fif's career and had been the president of G-Unit Records between about 2003 and 2007.
In a new interview with Money Stacks Matt, 50 detailed what went wrong between the two:
"When the money came, when the check came, Sha [Money XL] started going like everybody else, just started reaching in my pockets,” 50 Cent says. “Trying to get the money, as much money as they could get. He charged the most he’s every charged for a track for ‘Blood Hound’ on Get Rich or Die Tryin'. I offered him overhead, so he can have his own office space and build a staff for Money Management and all that s**t. He never was with that, so he never did anything," Fif explained. "Next thing you know, he called and he was looking for my blessings and he was taking a job over at Def Jam."Sha Money didn't much care for 50 comments, and he struck back on Twitter:
Don't believe the hype— SHA MONEY XL (@SHAMONEYXL) August 24, 2015
Why are we talking about me instead of good music? Where the hits at? I've been consistent since I left — SHA MONEY XL (@SHAMONEYXL) August 24, 2015
Who wants to be partners with him? They all fall out eventually so let's talk facts not lies. Fuck you pay me where all your partners@ ?— SHA MONEY XL (@SHAMONEYXL) August 24, 2015
100% of nothing. You destroyed what was built and you will continue to do that. I feel sorry for you bro. — SHA MONEY XL (@SHAMONEYXL) August 24, 2015
This Haitian Nigga is not afraid of that clown. Now you pay everyone for them same jobs but getting wack results.— SHA MONEY XL (@SHAMONEYXL) August 24, 2015
You help a nigga who was helpless and he shits on u every chance he gets let me tell my side now. — SHA MONEY XL (@SHAMONEYXL) August 24, 2015
Walmart ass nigga u get what you pay for. A cheap person will do cheap things.— SHA MONEY XL (@SHAMONEYXL) August 24, 2015