In the wake of a triumphant sold-out arena concert in London, 50 Cent seized the opportunity to engage in some good-natured banter aimed at his rivals Rick Ross and Meek Mill. The rap mogul, along with G-Unit members Tony Yayo, Uncle Murda, and the crew, celebrated their recent success at Wembley Park, the iconic venue of the England National football team.
A video posted on Twitter showcased highlights from the G-Unit concert, revealing an impressive ticket sale of over 31,000 for this particular event. Notably, the concert occurred just days after commemorating the 20th anniversary of G-Unit’s debut album, Beg For Mercy.
Throughout the video, various G-Unit members playfully teased Rick Ross and Meek Mill, with 50 Cent leading the charge. The focus of the taunts was the recent collaborative album by Rick Ross and Meek Mill, titled “Too Good To Be True,” which reportedly experienced modest sales of only 35,000 units in its opening week.
Oh No 31,009 😆😆😆 you might want to spend some quiet time to strategize and reevaluate. LOL LONDON second show SOLD OUT! Newcastle tomorrow night SOLD OUT! • https://t.co/jnbpt4Vpb3 pic.twitter.com/wC2jUxZrUC— 50cent (@50cent) November 18, 2023
In a light-hearted jab, 50 Cent took to Twitter, writing, “Oh No 31,009 [laughing emojis] you might want to spend some quiet time to strategize and reevaluate. LOL LONDON second show SOLD OUT! Newcastle tomorrow night SOLD OUT!”