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PHOTOS: 50 gets political Having sidestepped a second controversial answer, it was onto the final question.
"Who is the most overrated Hip Hop star of all time? "I mean Jay Z," 50 Cent answered without hesitation.
PHOTOS: 50 and Chelsea Handler, and more odd couples For his first question, host Cohen asked the "In Da Club" rapper what it was like to be yelled at in the face by Beyonce, after his recent revelation about his confrontation with Queen Bey at the Cosmopolitan in Las Vegas on New Year’s Eve.
"It's not really bad, like her breath doesn't smell," the 38-year-old rapper responded, coolly.
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, is on the way with the lead single, "Equal," featuring Rick Ross, putting an end to six years of tension between the two within his opening line of "I'm Sorry." Grammy Award-winning artist Chrisette Michele is back to share with the world her songs of hurt, love, struggle and ultimately reaching that perfect milestone in her own life.
Who stands off at an award show because they don't win? Using ugly words could give off the wrong impression. That could make your haircut look ugly to me now." But, all seems to be well now between the two who have linked up again for the first single off of and Ross used the opportunity to apologize for the public tension and express his love for the "Couple Of Forevers" singer.
An award is winning at being as "stuck in a category" as possible." Though Ross later defended himself stating there were other reasons that prompted him to leave the show that night that had nothing to do with losing to another rapper, he also spoke on the words from Chrisette's blog. "You know I love you girl," Ross recites as the song opens. It's been too long." During his verse he again references his love for the singer stating, "I've been in love with you for six years since 'Aston Martin Music' Drizzy came behind you on that smooth sh*t." Chrisette shared in a tweet video how hearing those words from Ross on her song really "struck a chord" with her.
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