Just days after 50 Cent called Jay Z’s new album “golf course music,” Eminem posted a birthday video to Fiddy and rapped a verse from his “8 Mile”- featured song that he says made him “want to quit rapping.”
Slim Shady took to Instagram on Thursday to give serious props to 50 Cent on his 42nd birthday, saying the rapper’s “Places to Go” song, featured on the movie soundtrack, is so good, it “made me want to quit rapping.”
“So yeah, that made me want to stop rapping, for like, a long time,” Eminem said in the video. 50 Cent posted the video on his account and wrote, “Thank you @eminem you know your still the best in the world to me man, I love you bro.”
Earlier this week, 50 Cent, also known as Curtis Jackson, dissed Jay Z’s new album “4:44” in an Instagram video, calling it “golf course music.”
“I thought that s– was a’ight, you know what I’m saying?” 50 started his critique. “I liked the s–.”
The 41-year-old emcee then said Sean Carter is too old to be on top anymore, anyway.
“You can’t be the best rapper at 47, because the new n—s is here,” Jackson said, shouting out Migos as one example.
Watch Eminem‘s praise video below.