50 Cent knew Pop Smoke. But he became an even more important part of the Brooklyn rapper's legacy after he died.
Fif played a prominent role at Pop's funeral and then executive produced and promoted Pop's posthumous album Shoot For The Stars, Aim For The Moon, which is headed for 200K plus SPS in its first week.
The project got a little more promo this morning when the LAPD arrested five in Pop's murder.
50 Cent appreciated the timing.
"Oh sh*t, what the f*ck was the police waiting for his album to drop too. R.I.P Pop smoke," 50 typed.
50 Cent is also done with Pop's management team.