50 Cent and Sha Money XL go way back to their G-Unit days, but 50 is never one to bite his tongue when it comes to certain issues.
Last week, Bobby Shmurda appeared in the Manhattan Supreme Criminal Court where prosecutors offered him a plea deal of eight years in prison for second-degree possession of a weapon. If accepted, this offer will also be followed by five years of probation. On the other hand, if Shmurda is convicted, he could face up to 25 years in prison.
“[This] is just a temporary inconvenience for him. It’s something for him to think about to make him stronger in life,” Sha Money XL told Revolt before Shmurda's court date on June 23.
"If you look in the history, probably Death Row, G-Unit with 50, he bailed out [Young] Buck and helped Yayo all the time, those are the boutique labels, where you got that brother that’s there that feels passionate and could do things that’s not as corporate.”
Well, the whole situation with Shmurda was fresh on 50's mind last night, especially after what happened to his own crew member last night at the 2015 XXL Freshmen show in New York. Kidd Kidd was supposed to help close out the night with G-Unit and his label boss, but he was arrested outside the venue on unknown charges. This sparked Fif’s latest rant against the EVP of Urban A&R for Epic Records.
“Unlike Sha Money, Bobby Shmurda is still in the joint,” he told the crowd. "They left them n****s in the jailhouse. The whole GS9. The whole f**king crew still in the jail. Ain’t nobody made bail … How are you gonna add money to your name and not have money to get a n***a out? Something is not right.”
This isn’t the first time 50 has publicly called out Sha Money XL for not putting up bail for the Brooklyn rapper, whose bail is set at $2 million.
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