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50 Cent On Doing A G-Unit Record: 'I Would Do It'

50 Cent recently chopped it up in an interview with Power 99's Cosmic Kev, where the two discussed everything from the rapper's upcoming Animal Ambitionproject to his confrontation with Steve Stoute. When the topic of the prospect of a G-Unit reunion came up, 50 Cent said that he would do it, but only if Lloyd Banks and Tony Yayo put in the work.

"If they went and wrote the records, I’d rap on the records with them. I wouldn’t not," he said. "Now you talking about not making money. I would do it. You know that. I hustle enough in front of you that you to understand that I’m selfish enough to make the money. That would make them the money in process. They haven’t done it."

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Sharing that he had not been in contact with his former G-Unit cohorts, Fif continued by saying that he is the one expected to do the marketing and promotion to make a reunion possible, referring to Banks and Yayo as "half-retarded."

"Don’t ask me to go do it for them," he said. "They asking me to go make the record for them, and bring it to them and say, ‘Could you rap on this because I’m gonna spend the all the money to market and promote it and make you have a career, because I know you half-retarded and you don’t understand that you should be actually working so I just want to do this for you.'”

50 also talks whether or not he would help Banks and Yayo financially, and the likelihood (or lack thereof) of ever working with The Game again. Watch 50 Cent and Cosmic Kev's discussion of G-Unit below:

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A Chicago Bartender Spat On Eric Trump And He Wasn't Sure Why

Eric Trump went to Chicago's Aviary cocktail bar Tuesday, (June 25) but instead of enjoying a drink, the 35-year-old said an employee spat on him.

Trump told Breitbart News the encounter was "disgusting" and was a bit taken back since he and his family promote "tolerance."

“It was purely a disgusting act by somebody who clearly has emotional problems,” Trump said. “For a party that preaches tolerance, this once again demonstrates they have very little civility. When somebody is sick enough to resort to spitting on someone, it just emphasizes a sickness and desperation and the fact that we’re winning.”

The woman was taken into custody by Secret Service but later released. The Chicago police department was on hand to deal with a "law enforcement matter.”

CPD was on scene and assisting the United States Secret Service with a law enforcement matter. Any and all inquiries regarding a federal protectee must be directed to the Secret Service. https://t.co/ecq5TaMiQ0

— Anthony Guglielmi (@AJGuglielmi) June 26, 2019

Trump's Chicago incident comes as his father's administration is being accused of keeping men, women, and children in concentration camps at the U.S.- Mexican border.

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Dreamville To Release Film On 'Revenge Of The Dreamers 3' Sessions

The Dreamville recording sessions at the start of the year left everyone curious.

For one, J. Cole's label is known for working solely amongst its artists, but word quickly spread that the roster was opening its doors to collaborate with artists and producers. Buddy, Smino, and T-Minus were just a few of the individuals present at the "camp," and now five months since the sessions, fans will get to see what went down.

Dreamville will release its Revenge: A Dreamville Film that will give a behind-the-scenes glimpse at how artists and producers tied to different labels and different sounds, came together with Cole's imprint to create the upcoming Revenge of the Dreamers III album.

The highly-anticipated project is set for release this year, and two of its singles have already arrived. In fact, the recently released "Down Bad" featuring Cole, J.I.D., Bas, EARTHGANG and Young Nudy, serves as background music for the film's trailer.

"I had this idea," 34-year-old Cole said in the trailer. "Let's go somewhere, lock-in and invite a bunch of outside producers and artists to come f**k with us and just make this album."

T.I. and Dreamville's Ari Lennox are just a couple of the artists that appear in the trailer aside from Cole. The film is set for release Tuesday (July 2), and will hopefully be able to hold fans over until the release of the long-awaited follow up to Revenge of the Dreamers II.

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Kim Kardashian Attempts To Trademark 'Kimono' For New Shapewear, Gets Dragged

Another day, another accusation of cultural appropriation sent in Kim Kardashian’s direction. The reality star and beauty mogul is facing backlash after attempting to trademark “Kimono” for her upcoming shape wear line.

“Finally I can share with you guys this project that I have been developing for the last year. I’ve been passionate about this for 15 years,” Kardashian wrote on social media. “Kimono is my take on shapewear and solutions for women that actually work.” The shape wear reportedly ranges in sizes XXS to 4XL, and features nine skin-tone shades.

As history displays, a kimono is a traditional Japanese robe often worn by women as formal outerwear, which has been worn for centuries. Many were quick to tag Kardashian a “culture vulture” on social media. She was also dragged for not using plus-sized models in her advertisement. The hashtag #KimOhNo began circulating on Twitter on Wednesday (Jun. 26).

“For Japanese, Kimono is really important culture and we are proud of having this culture,” wrote a Twitter user in a photo accompanying her wearing the garment. “Even now, I often wear Kimono not only special events but also normal days.”

Kardashian has come under fire in the past, specifically with black women, for calling her Fulani braids “Bo Derek braids,” as well as being accused of blackface for a makeup advertisement. She's no stranger to the cultural appropriation accusations, but you'd think one day she'd learn.

a kardashian exploiting other people’s culture? so shocking #KimOhNo pic.twitter.com/uyb9oxUnO5

— homo is healthy 🌈 (@wwhyhun) June 26, 2019

Kim after appropriating African culture and then seeing Japanese culture... #KimOhNo pic.twitter.com/u0C4jgOnNv

— Ifey (@Chuckwu77) June 26, 2019

My cultures not your underwear. #KimOhNo pic.twitter.com/kePFwOdQdE

— Mayumi Narako (@MayumiNarako) June 26, 2019

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