The hip hop manager’s passing is not enough to mend fences between his former clients.
50 Cent recently crossed paths with his old nemesis Fat Joe at the funeral for his manager Chris Lighty, but if you thought the encounter or its sobering circumstances would be enough for Fif to reconsider his splintered relationship with Joe (or any of his other rivals, for that matter), you'd be mistaken.
As reported by SOHH, in an interview on Ricky Smiley's radio show, the G-Unit general said he didn't see a resolution to old beefs in his future.
"Nah. You know what I think? A lot of times it's people who choose not to like you," he said. "Regardless, they could be across the street from you, they don't have to have a conversation or have anything to be a source of why they feel that way about you. You can't fix it in conversation with some of these people so I don't even look to resolve any of that. I just move forward without focusing on it."
In addition to 50 and Fat Joe, Lighty's funeral was attended by hip hop luminaries including, Diddy, Mary J. Blige, Busta Rhymes, Missy Elliott and LL Cool J.
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