50 Cent may have his eyes set on capitalizing off the buzz surrounding controversial Chicago rapper Chief Keef.
The G- Unit founder sent the “Don’t Like” rapper a tweet, which read, “if you still in new York come see me.”
The tweet had Twitter buzzing as to what 50 Cent, born Curtis Jackson, actually meant in his tweet. Jackson had expressed interest in Chief Keef in earlier interviews.
50 Cent told Power 92 in Chicago he wouldn’t mind working with the up-and-coming Chicago artist.
“He got that kind of energy,” 50 Cent told Power 92. “He feels street. The things that I’ve heard from him had a hard edge to it. It might be a cool little thing to put together.”
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