50 Cent Criticizes Aspiring Rapper Who Aggressively Approached Him While On A Date: “It’s Never Gonna Happen For You Because You’re Stupid!”

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50 Cent Criticizes Aspiring Rapper Who Aggressively Approached Him While On A Date: “It’s Never Gonna Happen For You Because You’re Stupid!”

There’s a time and a place for everything, and, apparently, this was not the time for an aspiring rapper to approach 50 Cent. Seemingly, while on a low key movie date with an unidentified woman, Haitian rapper NFL Dume aggressively approached 50 – asking him to listen to his music. After a brief exchange, Dume appears to pull up his pants in preparation for a fight. He and 50 Cent can be heard saying:

“NFL Dume: You gon’ hit me ’cause I’m telling you I got talent? Come on! That’s how you feel?

50 Cent: I don’t care if you got talent…”

The two men continued to go back and forth, with Dume begging the “Power” star to check out his social media page.

“NFL Dume: That’s f*cked up! But look at my IG- at least!

50 Cent: Man, get outta here!

Dume: That’s some f*ck sh*t, my n*gga! You can go ahead and hit me. I don’t care! I’m a fighter! I don’t care about the camera, as long as you hear my sh*t!”

Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson, then, proceeded to school the young rapper on being prepared to be discovered:

“50 Cent: Are you crazy, though?

NFL Dume: I am! ‘Cause I put money behind my sh*t!

50: It’s not gonna work. Your sh*t is not gonna work. You know why? ‘Cause you’re stupid! The way you’re approaching me is wrong. What the- there’s nothing to be played right now! Nothing you’re showing me right now is gonna help you. ‘Look at my IG’ is gonna help you right now?”

A similar situation recently happened with stageplay/film director Tyler Perry. An actress purchased a $2000 billboard, asking him to make her the leading lady in his next movie. He responded by telling her that her tactics wouldn’t help get his attention. Tyler says the billboard, instead, put he and his team on “high alert.” In an Instagram post, he said:

“This is not the way to get my attention if you’re looking for a role in one of my shows…I love that you want to work with me, and I love that you invest in yourself. But when you do things like this it puts my team on high alert and makes me look at you sideways. I know the message that you want to send is a positive one, but this comes across as the opposite.”

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Written by Miata Shanay

Authored by: Miata Shanay