A few days ago, G-Unit affiliate Trav caused a stir when he recorded a Livestream in which he accused 50 Cent of using everyone around him and then casting them aside.
Trav was 11 when he started running with 50. Hassan Campbell knows about that. He was a pre-teen when he started hanging out with Afrika Bambaataa and his crew. Campbell would ultimately accuse Bambaata of sexually abusing him. He makes no such allegations against Fif.
But he does seem some parallels between how 50 treated Trav and Bambaataa treated him.
"They would send you on a suicide mission," Campbell said, speaking on his experiences as a young kid. "Beefing with somebody they ain't have the balls to air out. Then you ask them for a box of pampers for your newborn son and they ain't got it. But then they go to the club with you and buy the whole club out and get you drunk."
50 then warned if he continues to mistreat folks like Trav and Tony Yayo -- who has allegedly been forced to resort back to drug dealing -- it could bite him.
"With the Feds, there is no statute of limitations. So you running around and provoking dudes that were in your circle that known your dirt. The dirt you had them do. Under RICO law, under the Patriot act, what you was doing was terrorism, with these young boys. But you pissing them off not thinking that these young boys are still in the streets. And if they caught up in something they are doing right now they can always revisit the crimes that you had them do. And you ain't feeding the wolves? You ain't smart."
Hassan is correct that there is no statute of limitations for Federal crimes involving terrorism or potential capital crimes. Whether that could apply to Fif's past acts is questionable.