50 Cent grew giddy when he learned about the praise he received from Snoop Dogg, his friend and collaborator.
A video of Snoop Dogg’s appearance on Wallo and Gillie Da Kid’s popular radio program, “Million Dollaz Worth of Game,” was included in a post The New Yorker shared on Instagram on Tuesday (March 22). It is said in the clip that 50 will be a legend in rap for eternity. In his records, movies and other stuff, he changed the whole game of New York. He was able to make it run for a little while and put back the spirit of New York. He succeeded. That shit was on lock when he figured out what was going on.”
At the moment, I am a student, and I am learning from him. There is truth to the statement that an old dog can learn new tricks if he is willing to listen.
“Power” star Snoop’s remarks on 50 and his legendary status touched him and he thought the message was more important than recognition at an awards ceremony. The rapper said in the video, “@snoopdogg, that shit you just said means way more than a trophy to me.”
The two musicians began working together in 2003 when they were both on 50 Cent’s P.I.M.P. single. Since then, they’ve been collaborating on a variety of projects. The pair has performed together at the Super Bowl LVI Halftime Show, with 50 portraying a pastor in his “BMF” series. Now, they plan to script a show based on Snoop Dogg’s murder case from 1993.
Previously, Dogstyle rapper told Deadline that she was thrilled to share the story behind Murder Was The Case. “This was a defining moment in my career and life, and I intentionally waited for the best parter to bring this vision to life. You will soon see how street knowledge makes a difference.”
I found “Murder Was the Case” to be an incredible story. Despite releasing the country’s biggest album, the music mogul was fighting for his freedom in court” 50 cent added. A trip like this can only be had by partnering with G-Unit Film & Television. It’ll be great to work with Snoop on the project.”