50 Cent has always been a rapper that would battle anyone and in recent years has been one of the biggest trolls online. It is also no secret that 50 Cent has stated that one person he would never beef with is Eminem due to Slim Shady changing his life forever when he took him under his wing.
As reported earlier today by one of our other bloggers, Lord Jamar did a controversial interview where he stated that Eminem was a wack rapper and that black people don’t listen to his music.
50 Cent has now jumped into the middle of this to defend Eminem by calling Lord Jamar a clout chaser. He stated how Lord Jamar is a bum and that he may give him some employment on one of his shows.
Lord Jerome better sit his ass down,
I thought you died already Nigga. Get the fuck outta here
you ain’t Grand Puba anyway. I’m gonna need a bum ass nigga in one of my shows.I’ll be reaching out shortly.
Followers on WorldWide Entertainment TV Instagram’s WorldWide Account have been vocal taking sides and making statements about Lord Jamar and Eminem’s place in hip history.
For newer fans who were not around in the hey day of Lord Jamar in the rap game it should be noted he was apart of a native tongue style rap group in the 90’s entitled Brand Nubian. You can watch their biggest hits below.
Lord Jamar’s history is well documented on Wikipedia
Brand Nubian consisted of Grand Puba, Sadat X and Lord Jamar, and formerly two DJs: DJ Alamo and DJ Sincere. Its debut album, One for All is one of the most popular and acclaimed alternative hip hop albums of the 1990s, known for socially conscious and political lyrics inspired by the teachings of the Nation of Gods and Earths.About.com placed the group on its list of the 25 Greatest Rap Groups of All Time.
You can catch Lord Jamar and Rah Digga’s popular podcast streaming on WWETV Network weekly.