50 Cent Says He Doesn’t Think He’ll ‘Live Much Longer,’ Won’t Promote Any New Music
50 Cent has always been vocal about how he's feeling on any situation throughout his career, and in the first few days of 2012, the hip-hop mogul has been venting about his frustrations.
In a series of tweets in the New Year, Fif expressed his disappointment with his team in music, and vows to cease any self-promotion for new music releases.
"I have lost all the faith in the team I'm on," he tweeted (@50Cent), following the premature leak of his new single "Girls Go Wild" featuring Jeremih.
"I having nothing left to say I will not be promoting my music."
As he continued, 50 admitted that he still plans to release his fifth album with Interscope -- despite a recent threat to the label's head Jimmy Iovine that he'd drop another mixtape if his album isn't released soon.
"I'm going to deliver this album. Then I have a film I wrote to focus on. I'm not upset, I'm just convinced this is not how I want to remembered," 50 wrote.
In a darker tweet, 50 explained why he decided to launch his Street King movement, which feeds millions of starving Africans. "I'll be honest I don't think I’m gonna live much longer," he revealed. "That's why I started my street king movement. I want to mean more in other people"s lives."
Despite how the comment sounded, 50 elaborated, making it clear that he's not suicidal.
"To be conscious that life is short is not suicidal. I'm good if I die tonight. I've taken care of the people who took care of me when I couldn't take care of myself," the rapper concluded.
Although 50 Cent just dropped a new mixtape, titled The Big 10, his last studio LP was 2009's Before I Self Destruct. His still untitled fifth LP has yet to receive a release date.