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50 Cent Accused Of Stealing Beat For Upcoming Gucci Mane Collab, “On Something”

Earlier today, pineapple CITI, a New Jersey rapper, accused 50 Cent of robbing the beat for her song “Rose Coloured” for his upcoming single “On Something.”
Last week, he dropped off the Jeremih assisted “Still Think Im Nothing.”  Prior to that, he built anticipation in the hip hop community after teasing a collaboration with Gucci Mane for “On Something.” The official version of the song has yet to surface but he’s already facing some backlash for it.


The rapper says that 50 Cent and his engineer first inquired about getting the beat for “Rose Coloured” last year. She says that she sent them the beat for the song but shortly after doing so, 50 and his engineer cut off communication with her.

In addition to that, she said that this morning she woke up to a block from 50 Cent on Instagram.

“Last year when 50 Cent’s engineer, Ky Miller, reached out to me and said 50 wanted to get on my ‘Rose Coloured’ song, I was super, super excited, you know what I mean? I’m definitely a 50 Cent fan. Ky Miller told me to send the instrumental to him, which I did. And I heard nothing back,” she said. After her fans told her that one of 50’s latest tracks sounded like her joint “Rose Coloured,” she was in disbelief. She tried to reach out to 50 Cent and Ky Miller but was ignored and opted to making the issue a public matter.

“But as soon as I made that post a couple of days ago, Ky Miller decided to call me back,” she said, “He told me that 50 said he would give me 12 bars on his song ‘On Something,’ which to me, I wasn’t too sure about. Like I said, I still just want 50 Cent to call me. Like I said, 50, I got all love for you, bro. But I just feel like it’s a respect thing.”


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