Contributed by: Ian Wyght
Posted on: April 20, 2003 11:50 MST
Filed under: Rap
50 Cent recently announced to MTV News that he has decided to delay the release of his sophomore album until next February. The multi-platinum selling rap star feels that his debut album, "Get Rich Or Die Tryin'" is still tearing up the charts and wants to give it more time to breate before releasing his next solo album. However, 50 has confirmed that the G-Unit group album, which is titled "Lock & Load" will be released at the end of September at the earliest.
50 also had a few words to say about Ja Rule's recent attempt at dissing him, claimin the Murder Inc. star is 'desperate' and that he is only dissing him because 50 is on top at the moment. This hasn't prevented 50 from retaliating after appearing on the Eminem diss to Ja, "Haille Mary" alongside Busta Rhymes, who also attacks Ja on the track.
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