It's always cool when a rap beef can be solved without violence, even if it takes the threat of violence to get that done. Yesterday we joked about how sometimes people are scared to get of 50 Cent's bad side. But if there's one person who can handle it, turns out it's Webbie. The two rappers apparently settled their million dollar boxing bet on last May's bout between Terence Crawford and Yuriorkis Gamboa by having 50 spit a guest verse for everybody's favorite ex-felon, Lil Boosie.
The beef started when Webbie won the bet thanks to a KO by Crawford, but was unable to collect his earnings from 50. Obviously displeased with the situation, Webbie did what any would do and threatened the once shot nine times rapper on a recent track.
Thankfully, 50 decided to settle his debt with a million dollar guest verse on a track for Webbie's friend and label mate Lil Boosie, because it's basically as good as cash, amiright?!
Webbie broke it down for us:
"I told him we don't need no money man, we need some verses, get on my boy song."You can watch the video below, but the key takeaway here is that 50 asked for a week to finish the song and Webbie shut it down asking for the full song by that night or it would be fist to face time, and 50 gave in.