Former G-Unit members, according to 50 Cent, would “always” blame him for their faults.
As the leader of G-Unit, 50 Cent claims that musicians would continuously blame him for their own career failures. In a recent interview with Houston’s 97.9 The Box, the iconic New York rapper highlighted his job as the CEO of the record company.
When asked whether anybody who had wronged him had subsequently apologized, 50 said, “Yeah, I get it all the time.” What’s worse is that when you’re in the driver’s seat, a lot of the time, no, every time anything goes wrong, it’s your responsibility. If you ask artists why their careers haven’t gone as planned, they’ll tell you it’s because of the record company. See what I mean?”
“I happened to become the record label,” he added, “so all of those artists who were around and didn’t do precisely what they believed they were meant to do, it’s my responsibility.” They now offer it to me personally, as if it were not the firm, but him.”