50 Cent and Lupe Fiasco Deny Beef

50 Cent and Lupe Fiasco Deny Beef

Both rappers brush off talk of a conflict.

Published October 14, 2011

Rumors of beef between 50 Cent and Lupe Fiasco erupted this week when Fif dropped the latest single in his Street King energy drink promotional series "50's My Favorite." The track contains the following lines, which some interpreted as subliminal shots at Lu.

"I could fit your house inside my house/Then your neighbors and your yard/Oh my God/This s*** ain't about s***, so I ain't gonna go hard/Now kick, push, kick push/Get the f*** outta here/Kick, push."

But recently Lupe went on the radio and said that he didn't have any issues with 50 and didn't take the song as a diss.

"That's fine, 50 [Cent]'s a good guy," he said on Chicago's 107.5 WGCI. "I got the chance to perform with him and tour with him a bit. I don't really look at it as a diss. I've got fans in high places, I guess."

50, for his part, suggested that those who claimed he was taking aim at the Chicago rapper were off the mark.

"Yall don't even listen to the lyrics, lol," he wrote on Twitter.

The G-Unit general's list of rivals may be long, but Lupe, it seems, isn't on it.

(Photos: Jason Merritt/Getty Images)

Written by Reggie Ugwu


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