50 Cent DID NOT Shutdown WORLDSTARHIPHOP

25 Jan

50 Cent was probably that guy in high school who claimed to have sex with a girl to all his friends and then when she busted him said “Oh I was just playin!” Boy please!

Yesterday, not long after the popular video website worldstarhiphop.com went offline yesterday, 50 Cent took to Twitter claiming that he was responsible for shutting it down, and that it was the result of his lawsuit against the site for using his image in their advertising:

I don’t know why people underestimate me. I just shut down WORLDSTAR for future advertising contact thisis50.com suckers lol. I put worldstar to bed, you don’t believe try me I will shut your sh*t down. Lol.

Send you video to boobooTV.com my self and @FloydMayweather have provided a new site you no longer have to pay.

Me and @FloydMayweather don’t [think] worldstar was good representation of black people as a [whole]. We will present better.

Maybe this was just Fiff’s wishful thinking…because worldstarhiphop is up and running.

The G-UNIT CEO called in to the New York City rap station Hot97 and explained to host Angie Martinez that his Tweets were meant to entertain his audience of nearly 4 million followers. He was also using the opportunity to promote his new websites, including boobootv.com, a direct competitor for worldstarhiphop.com’s audience.

The rapper essentially denied that he was directly responsible for the worldstarhiphop.com shutdown, but played up his ongoing conflict with the site, attacking its proprietors for pushing “negativity.”

 Oh Curtis you need to have a seat.

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