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50 Cent Dubs Jay-Z Most Overrated Rapper

by / June 21, 2014 Black News 13 Comments

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Rapper and mogul 5o Cent stopped by Bravo’s “Watch What Happens Live” to discuss everything from music to success with host Andy Cohen. During 50’s appearance, he played a little game called “Plead the Fifth” where he fielded questions about, among other topics, Jay-Z and Beyonce.

Cohen began by asking 50 Cent what it was like to get yelled at by Beyonce.

“It’s not really bad, like her breath doesn’t smell.” He says the best way to react is with a curious scowl: “You just have to have an expression on your face like, ‘what the f– is the matter with you?”

When Cohen asked 50 Cent who was the most overrated rapper in history, 50 had his answer ready.

“Overrated?” 50 said. “Jay Z. He would say he’s overrated. ‘Rather be overrated than underpaid.’ 50 quoted the lyrics from a Jay-Z rhyme: “I went from the favorite to the most hated, But would you rather be underpaid or overrated?”

Even though 50 Cent is normally the one making fun of people online and on screen, he recently got a taste of his own medicine when he threw out an abysmal first pitch for the Mets.

“Watch What Happens Live” is famous for making its guests play little games where they reveal information about either themselves or other celebrities. They often feature a drinking game along with the game show-esque segment of the show.

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13 Comment

  1. what's up money? big up, why don't you come hide some money in my city then give me clues where to go find it? its the newest thing my lord, Toronto baby.

  2. fiddy aint lyin'. Jay Z is hella-whack, not to mention super-overrated because his flow is weak. the only thing Jay Z got going on is the fact that he's a hustler pertaining to making money — a money-maker who knows how to get is "paper.." nevertheless tho — as it relates to rapping? sit it down bro — on some 4real ish.

  3. fiddy aint lyin'. Jay Z is hella-whack, not to mention super-overrated because his flow is extra-weak. the only thing Jay Z got going on is the fact that he's a hustler pertaining to making money — a money-maker who knows how to get is "paper.." nevertheless tho — as it relates to rapping? sit it down bro — on some 4real ish.

  4. fiddy aint lyin'. Jay Z is hella-whack, not to mention super-overrated because his flow is extra-weak. the only thing Jay Z got going on is the fact that he's a hustler pertaining to making money — a money-maker who knows how to get is "paper.." nevertheless tho — as it relates to rapping? sit it down bro — on some 4real ish.

  5. "Jaz-O's Lil Son who Made it" is VERY overrated!!! his Lyrics and Business savvy are great but that's it. #theblindinglightofmisinformationmustend

  6. 50 cent please stop allowing yourself to be used as a ridiculous tool of oppression.

  7. I swear, dudes throw more shade than women.

  8. Thank you for saying this. They just love to see us at odds and throwing shade at each other..and sadly, some of us are much too eager to oblige them. SMDH.

  9. But he didn't lie, Jay Z is extremely overrated IMO

  10. Ronnie Outlaw Yep you got it

  11. LOL Hey Jeannie, true enough he is!

  12. I agree he is over rated ,listen to Ether by NAS it tell 's you who JZ really is,and I am not hating .a lot of his lines are borrowed and taken from old school rap artist's and R & B singers like Curtis Mayfield Jigga is a play on nigger which is not a cool word ,and KRS 1 did the Blue print first. I just like original artist that create their own stuff not copy cat's who front like their the best. Tupac , Kool Moe Dee,,.KRS 1,,Mos Def, ,Talib Kweli,even Eminem is like 100 percent better then JZ lyrically….50cent got it right.

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