50 Cent hit the 97.9 The Box's morning show this weekend, where he discussed beefs old and new.
The hosts really wanted him to speak on the short but intense IG battle between Young Thug and The Game, but 50 more or less plead ignorance on that one. He did, however, take the opportunity to take more shots at Game, whom he called a "reality star" who's nothing musically without 50's songwriting help.
Speaking of such things, Fif also said that he used to ghostwrite for his NYC vodka rival Diddy.
"I wrote records for him in the past. One didn’t come out,” 50 stated. "Puff thinks working hard on a record – the more you work on it – is making it better. When you get so old you can’t really feel what’s going on no more, you’ll be like, "Come on let’s keep working on it.'"Diddy has been pretty open about using ghostwriters, but we hadn't heard 50 was on that roster. Check out the interview below. In it, 50 also addresses his past beefs with Rick Ross and Ja Rule.