50 Cent On Donald Sterling: "I Just Saw A Man Being Betrayed"

posted Thursday May 22 ,2014 at 05:00PM CDT | 126 comments

50 Cent On Donald Sterling:

Last month, the Los Angeles Clippers owner rankled people with his racist comments.

Last month, alleged audio emerged of Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling making a series of racist statements against Blacks. 

The audio, which was allegedly recorded April 9 and was posted by TMZ April 25, features the owner in an argument with V. Stiviano over an image she posted with Magic Johnson.

During their conversation, Sterling says, among other things, that "It bothers me a lot that you want to broadcast that you’re associating with Black people. Do you have to?”

Sterling says that he doesn’t mind his girlfriend, who is Black and Mexican, being around other Blacks.

"You can sleep with [Black people],” he says in the audio, which is available below. "You can bring them in. You can do whatever you want.  The little I ask you is not to promote it on that ... and not to bring them to my games.” 

Today (May 22), 50 Cent says that Sterling was betrayed.

“I couldn’t get past the concept of looking at an older man talking to a woman he’s in love with and making probably the biggest compromise ever, saying maybe, ‘If you like them, be with them. Sleep with them. Just don’t embarrass me,’” 50 Cent says during an interview posted by XXL. "So some of the things he said following that were inappropriate, but he’s saying to you that there’s other people around that I’m being embarrassed by that think and feel the way I feel. Now you’ve got one person that you’re pointing to, penalizing for that. He’s actually saying at that point, ‘Just don’t embarrass me,' meaning there’s other people that feel exactly like me here to be embarrassed by. I just watched it and I just saw a man being betrayed.” 

Last month, Snoop Dogg posted a response to Sterling’s comments on his Instagram account.

“A message to the muthafucka that own the Clippers,” Snoop Dogg says in his post. “You bitch-ass, redneck, white-bred, chicken shit muthafucka: Fuck you, your momma and everything connected to you you racist piece of shit. Fuck you.”

The 50 Cent interview, Snoop Dogg’s instagram post and the alleged audio of Sterling are as follows:

RELATED: Snoop Dogg, Meek Mill Blast Los Angeles Clippers Owner Donald Sterling Over Racist Comments

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  • Anonymous
    50 cent can relate because he acts and feels like everyone is against him - Trash talks his 1st baby mama, bought publishing rights to her tell all book - Domestic violence with his 2nd baby mama - Dissed his loyal friends Yayo and Banks - Telephone recorded Buck Beefs with -Ja -Cam -Joe -Jay -Nas -Pun -Ross -Game -Kanye -Khaled -Wu Tang Dissed Steve Stoute, Jimmy Irvine Etc. He always has problems with people, so he can relate.
    • Anonymous
      you're reaching, that has nothing to do with sterling
  • 50 Cent
    R u guys actually hating on me? Im in a financially stable space where I can actually travel to space and influence the general public when the marketing dollars spent on my space is actually financial #smsaudio
  • Anonymous
    50 Cent and Sterling have a lot in common; they both think they can throw money at their employees and justify their behavior towards other people by saying: "I made my niggras millions". Sterling was a slum lord that denied so-called minorities equal opportunity housing due to his own hatred of minorities, 50 was a crack dealer who poisoned minorities with drugs due to his own self hatred. Sterling was/is being forced to sell his team because his negativity and bigotry will hurt the overall brand of the NBA and tarnish the image of a league that generates billions of dollars through corporate sponsors and Basketball fans. 50Cent was forced off his label because his negativity and disagreablness hurt his sales at Interscope and helped tarnish the G Unit brand in an industry that generates millions of dollars through corporate sponsors and music fans. Most of us see Sterling as a bigoted, racist delusional character who can have a Black-Mexican mistress but still view Blacks and Mexicans as inferior or "goyum", with the irony being that many whites view Sterling as inferior due to his White-Jewish ancestry.....the sickness of Racism/White-supremacy.
    • Anonymous
      cool story bro, but this aint history class dont nobody give a fuck cuh now go suck a dick
    • Anonymous
      Words hurt and they let us know when they feel the pain.
    • Anonymous
      yo i thought bruthadee was dead?
  • Anonymous
    He's in a different world than us I guess He's Rich Racists comment don't affect People Like him the way it would somebody else This ain't Mixtape up until Get Rich Or Die 50 People start getting around other people and Views Change on different subject matter but if Being Betrayed is all he got from that who are We to Judge its his opinion
  • CHILD NEGLECT IS EVIL
    GO TAKE CARE OF UR CRYING SON UNCLE 50 CENT... HE JUST GRADUATED HIGH SCHOOL. NOW WHY ARE THE PEOPLE THAT RUN COMPLEX/HIPHOPDX AFRAD TO POST THE IGGY FORBES STORY.... TRYING TO PROTECT HER FROM CRITICISM B/C SHE IS THE NEXT GREAT HOPE??? LOL
    • Anonymous
      HIS SON WAS NOT CRYING THAT WAS A FAKE FACEBOOK, SO HE GRADUATED SO WHAT, HE A GROWN MAN NOW HE SHOUlD ACT LIKE IT
  • Anonymous
    Curtis "UNCLE RUCKUS" Jackson
  • Anonymous
    "they both made young black men millionaires and allowed them to get their families out of the hood and live a better life" Good point.
  • COCA
    I THOUGHT THE SAME EXACT THING WHEN I FIRST HEARD OF THIS. SNOOP STRAIGHT IGNORANT LOL
  • Anonymous
    words are powerful make sure u use them correctly once u use them wrongfully dont try justify it just accept that u was wrong and if ur lucky ppl will forgive
  • timm
    What does Ja think about this. Where is Ja.
  • POPE
    Also everyone is entitled to their own opinion. What he said was wrong , but they way i look at it is hes what 70/80 he was brought up in those racist times. i'm not surprised at all he feels that way. I'm quite sure there are a lot of other owners who feel that. They just didnt get caught that's all. i still say get em out the league.
    • Anonymous
      ok blah blah they have no business owning a sports team and hopefully this will change the lopsided amount of bigot white owners you dont see
  • Kelis
    50 Cent remind me of that black cop in Boyz n the Hood
    • Anon
      Hahaha!!
    • Anonymous
      LOL !
    • Anonymous
      50 reminds me of Dwayne Johnson from Snitch.
  • Anonymous
    50 has been worse to black people than someone like Sterling could ever be.
    • Anonymous
      and they've still somehow both done more for black people that you ever will! they both made young black men millionaires and allowed them to get their families out of the hood and live a better life.
    • Anonymous
      its still not right to have that racist mentality when you are representing a business (the NBA). he owns the team not the league so fuck all that noise
    • Anonymous
      he has agreed to sell the team.
  • Anonymous
    50 stressed in this interview that, "there are other people like" and "don't embarrass me". This is cue that there are more and more Donald Sterlings out there, y'all don't get it. When 50 lost his lawsuit for sleek audio, he claimed the judge was racist. Do u think he'll support a racist then, he didn't even support him.
  • OG
    If 50 was a snitch no one would've rode with him in the first place. Obviously everyone dogged what he said in Queens or he wouldn't be here. Lol
  • OG
    Get last Ja Rule fan alive, suck a dick like ur favorite rapper does
  • OG
    Shut up, u'd never say that to 50's face. Lol. E-thugs are too much. Get a life