50 Cent Accuses DJ Clue Of Not Playing Pop Smoke’s New Album: F**k You, You Don’t Mean Sh*t!

Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson, DJ Clue

50 Cent Accuses DJ Clue Of Not Playing Pop Smoke’s Album

Since the tragic death of rapper Pop Smoke (real name Bashar Barakah Jackson), fellow artist Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson has worked tirelessly to finish the late rapper’s posthumous album SHOOT FOR THE STARS AIM THE MOON. Now that the album is finished, 50 Cent wants Pop Smoke’s music to be played. Earlier today (July 3), 50 Cent accused DJ Clue of Power 105.1 of not playing Pop Smoke’s music because he didn’t receive it first. On Instagram, 50 Cent wrote:

This fool @djclue got in his feelings, and said he not playing POP Smoke new joint because he didn’t get the record first. F**K YOU CLUE, you don’t mean sh!t! @funkflex been kicking your @ss up and down the street for years you little retard. I done sold 30 million records you think i give a f**k if you play my music, is you stupid, is you dumb [email protected]? I think you should get punched in the face, i don’t know why, but i’m almost sure yo @ss getting punched in the face. Nothing crazy just a lower case L You know the vibes [email protected]

Two hours later, DJ Clue seemingly responded to 50 Cent writing on social media:

We Repping For My Guy @Realpopsmoke All Day On @Power1051 . Including 9pm When I’m Playing The Entire Album. Tune In Power1051Fm.Com or Download The @IheartRadio App & Stream It Live #TeamPanama P.S.We Didn’t Wake Up This Morning & Plan This.

As previously reported, on Feb 19, Pop Smoke was tragically murdered during a home invasion in Los Angeles. Fans were stunned to learn of his death as the young rapper had a promising future. After learning of his passing, 50 Cent vowed to help finish Pop Smoke’s album so it can be released. Via Twitter, the “Candy Shop” rapper tweeted:

“I’m on the move listening to Pop Smoke, i decided i’m gonna executive produce and finish his album for him. #abcforlife #starzgettheapp #lecheminduroi #bransoncognac

50 Cent also enlisted several rappers to help with the project.

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Authored by: Cierra Jones