50 Cent also says being at odds with Dr. Dre creates conflict with Eminem.
During a recent appearance on Los Angeles radio station Power 106, 50 Cent said more regarding his falling out with Mayweather.
"Like I always say, he’s like my younger brother, but if he says something I’m gonna respond to it, because I think he thinks he can say anything and do anything publicly," 50 says. "Like he’ll do things and then take it back. You see how he said to T.I., he slept with his girl. Then he said he didn’t say that, he was just kidding. He’s like that."
50 goes on to say Floyd should reach out to his family.
"He goes through that thing where he falls out with people," 50 explains. "No matter how close they are to him or who they are. He’ll fall out with them, and it just takes him his time to get back around being cool with him. On the part of his pops [Floyd Mayweather Sr.], I’d always say, 'Nah, don’t say that. That’s your father.’ When he was gonna train Oscar [De La Hoya] to fight him, but you wouldn’t pay him. So if you ain’t gonna pay him, how he gonna eat? Champ got a lot of different things with him. Don’t get it twisted at all. He’s still the best fighter...He won’t kick my ass. I’m 220 right now."
Although he may not be completely at peace with Mayweather, 50 Cent says he has a peaceful relationship with Dr. Dre.
"I’m always going to be good with Dre," 50 says. "To not be good with Dre creates extreme conflict with [Eminem], because Em is my Dr. Dre. And Dre is to Em’s career what he is to mine, so I would never do nothing like that."
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