Rapper 50 Cent Blasts Rapper 50 Cent Blast Hot 97's Ebro Darden, And He Responds , And He Responds
|Rapper 50 Cent Blast Hot 97's Ebro Darden, And He Responds|
The G-Unit rapper said that the radio personality wrongfully blames him for the demise of New York rap.
On Friday *today* Fif and Ebro went tit-for-tat on Instagram over lack of radio support for New York rap artists.
|Rapper 50 Cent Blast Hot 97's Ebro Darden|
That’s when the G-Unit leader jumped on his Instagram account and pointed the blame at Ebro and Hot 97 for not playing New York rap.
“This Guy said I destroyed New York HipHop because I didn’t work with New York artist, to cover up he was the program director that wouldn’t play there records. sMH,” 50 wrote.
"He wanted to throw up a conversation on his Instagram about how I said his beef with Ja and that whole thing divided New York in a way that crippled New York forever," he says.
"50 and I have had this discussion face-to-face. He don't like it, but then he wants to say I'm covering for the fact that I don't support New York artists. Well, I'm here for the flames."
50 Cent made another post after the show and reiterates that the blame should be on Ebro and those in control of radio. He then questions the importance and relevance of radio in the music industry.
I know you can't see it but you don't mean shit anymore. Buy the time you support records there already working fool. Name one new Artist or song out of New York you broke. Lol you should be ashamed of your self. #EFFENVODKA"
New York radio stations have been questioned from artists such as Papoose for why they don't support local artists.
Funkmaster Flex, who also works at Hot97, was called out by Future after he suggested that those working in radio should support local artists before playing outside talent.