50 Cent Disses Epic’s Sha Money XL For Not Bailing Bobby Shmurda Out Of Jail

50 Cent made an appearance at XXL’s annual Freshman Class concert in New York City in support of his G-Unit artist Kidd Kidd. Unfortunately, Kidd was arrested before he could take the stage.

During Fif’s performance, he promised he would bail out of Kidd Kidd. He also took to the opportunity to slam Sha Money XL of Epic Records for not bailing Bobby Shmurda out of jail.

“I still don’t exactly know what the charges are [against Kidd Kidd], but I’m gonna get him out. He’ll be out by tomorrow,” 50 told the crowd. “I ain’t like Sha Money. Bobby Shmurda still in the joint. They left the n*gga in the jailhouse.

Bobby Shmurda remains jailed on $2 million bail on charges of conspiracy, reckless endangerment, criminal possession of a weapon and criminally using drug paraphernalia.

“How you gonna have money in your name, and not have money to get a n*gga out?” 50 said.

Fif previously slammed Epic during his interview on DJ Whoo Kid’s SiriusXM Shade 45 “Whoolywood Shuffle” radio show.

“I’d like to see that check from Epic,” he said. “…Why didn’t they bail Bobby out? He never got bailed out. Sha Money and them ain’t bail him out. How yo name gon be money and you don’t show up with the money when them n-ggas go to jail?”


Bobby Shmurda told New York Magazine he wished he’d signed with 50 Cent and Rick Ross believing the two Hip Hop titans would’ve bailed him out.

“Epic is telling me it’s not because of them, it’s ’cause of Sony,” Epic’s parent company, Bobby told New York Magazine. “But I don’t know. I felt like if I’d have signed with Rick Ross or signed to 50 Cent, they’d have come and got me. They’d understand me more.”

In March, Bobby requested Fif’s managerial services during an interview with Hot 97.

“I ain’t got no manager. I’m looking for a manager right now,” he told Hot 97. “…I’ve been trying to get in contact with 50 for the longest for some management or something.”

Bobby Shmurda, who pleaded not guilty to his charges, told Billboard he hasn’t heard from Epic Records since he was incarcerated alongside his GS9 in December.

“They’re not standing by me that much,” Shmurda told Billboard. “Every time I call them, there’s excuse about Sony. I haven’t gotten a visit from one of them yet. At first I though it was love. Now everything is all business.”

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