Celebrity Quotes of the Week: 50 Cent Says Beyoncé 'Ran Up' on Him

Plus quotes from Kevin Hart and Wiz Khalifa.


1 / 12

50 Cent on a time when he and Beyoncé had beef:  - "One time [Beyoncé] jumped off of a ledge and came running over cause she thought me and Jay had issues. And I'm like, 'What the f***? Did she really just jump and run up on me like that?'" (Photo: Robin Marchant/Getty Images)

Kevin Hart, @KevinHart4real - Tweet: "She said YEEEEESSSSS...... ‪#Happy ‪#MyRib ‪#iF---ingLoveHer ‪http://hartgram.com/7tE "Kev is about to be a married man again! The actor-comedian announced his new engagement after proposing to longtime girlfriend Eniko Parrish during her 30th birthday celebration Monday (Aug. 18). #NowHesReallyARealHusbandOfHollywood #WellAlmost(Photo: Greg Campbell/Getty Images for Sony Pictures Entertainment)

2 / 12

Kevin Hart on the controversy he caused by tweeting that light-skinned women have better credit that dark-skinned women:  - “Listen, that was just me being silly on Twitter, playing on a trending topic. Some people were offended by it, but that’s always a risk with comedy. “ (Photo: Greg Campbell/Getty Images for Sony Pictures Entertainment)


3 / 12

Kenny Leon on the importance of Tupac:  - "He is a great American artist. He belongs in the army of writers with August Wilson and Shakespeare even." (Photos from left: Raymond Boyd/Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images, Valerie Macon/Getty Images)

Lupe Fiasco Quits Twitter (@LupeFiasco) - It seems Lupe Fiasco is not really 'bout that Twitter life. In 2001, he resigned from the site, handing over his handle to singer Nikki Jean to promote her album Pennies in a Jar. This year, the Chicago rhymer was back at it, responding to "Control," tweefing with Childish Gambino, and announcing a delay to his Food & Liquor sequel, before closing his account. But no worries, he’s back yet again … writing "Afro-Futurist" Twitter novels and stuff. (Photo: DJDM/WENN.com)

4 / 12

Lupe Fiasco on whether or not Kendrick Lamar is the best lyricist in hip hop:  - "Lyrically, I don't think [Lamar is the best]. To me, MF Doom is the best. I think the level of lyricism has to be extremely high and it has to be something that is inarguable." (Photo: DJDM/WENN.com)


5 / 12

William Nicholson on why America paid attention to 12 Years a Slave over his film Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom:  - "I think it worked superbly. But [Americans] were so exhausted feeling guilty about slavery that I don't think there was much left over to be nice about our film. So our film didn't do as well as we'd hoped, which was a bit heartbreaking." (Photo:  Ben Stevens/Barcroft Media /Landov)


6 / 12

Wiz Khalifa on how he took a selfie while being held at an El Paso jail:  - "They didn't search me enough, so I took a selfie in jail." (Photo: Wiz Khalifa via Twitter)


7 / 12

Janet Mock on whose “coming out” moment inspired her:  - “The biggest coming out in pop culture that inspired me was RuPaul. I think I was in the sixth grade when I first saw him. His posters were everywhere for the MAC campaign: at the cosmetics counters; throughout the malls. There’s this huge, Black, unapologetic drag queen.”  (Photo: D Dipasupil/Getty Images)


8 / 12

Antoine Dodson on how he'd feel if his son grew up to be gay:  - “I wouldn’t be shocked because I lived that life before. I would try and get him help. Even if he couldn’t be fixed it doesn’t matter because I still support him no matter what.” (Photo: Michael Buckner/SAs 2013/Getty Images)


9 / 12

Billy Porter on being Black and gay:  - “Being Black and gay, period, is one of the hardest things on the planet.”  (Photo: Cindy Ord/Getty Images)


10 / 12

Monifah on saying she was “closeted in the ‘90s":  - “When I say I was closeted in the ‘90s, I meant I was living my life: dating who I wanted to date whether it was a man or a woman. Whoever I liked I dated. It just wasn’t public.” (Photo: WENN)


11 / 12

Brittney Griner on the labels: - “I’m definitely comfortable with it. I’ll yell it from the top of the roof — I am a lesbian. I am gay.” (Photo: John Medina/WireImage)

Rasheeda on Love & Hip Hop

12 / 12

Rasheeda on why she stayed with hubby Kirk after he cheated:  - “People make mistakes and bad things happen. I make mistakes; he makes mistakes. Sometimes you have to step back and you have to say, ‘OK, let me reevaluate this situation.’ That doesn’t always mean divorce.” (Photo: Michael Buckner/Getty Images for Glamour)