50 Cent Says Jeezy Particiapted In ‘Verzuz’ Battle Out Of Desperation To Sell New Music

50 Cent Says Jeezy Particiapted In 'Verzuz' Battle Out Of Desperation To Sell New Music
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It was announced that the quarantine lock down sensation Verzuz was acquired by the Triller Network, giving creators Timbaland and Swizz Beatz management roles and shareholders for the social media based app company, and those who have participated in one of the viral battles have now been distributed their shares. While this may seem like a complete WIN for all parties involved in the Verzuz platform, rapper and mogul 50 Cent isn’t convinced anymore.


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Fif recently chopped it up with the Morning Show Hustle about his possible involvement with the Verzuz platform, following Fat Joe naming him as the only competitor to go against if Joe was to participate in a musical battle. While the Tim and Swizz curated event was to help is get through the tireless stay-at-home orders, 50 currently doesn’t see the point of the platform since most of us have adjusted to the new normal and returned to outside duties. “I thought Verzuz was something we did when we was stuck in the house. Look, as soon as we got out of the house and we come back outside, I was like, Verzuz didn’t make sense to me, says the “Part Of The Game” rapper.

While Fif goes on to explain why he wouldn’t even want do a possible tour with Verzuz, he also states that Jeezy’s decision to be apart of the virtual platform was out of desperation for his new music.

Peep what 50 Cent had to say below!


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