Fat Joe Says He Once Turned Down $10M To Fight 50 Cent

HipHop News Posted on December 2, 2020 at 4:06am

Fat Joe Says He Once Turned Down $10M To Fight 50 Cent

The former foes' discourse began in 2004 in the middle of the 'Get Rich or Die Tryin' legend's infamous beef with Ja Rule.

Since the COVID-19 pandemic kicked off, Fat Joe has hosted a slew of famous faces for his Instagram Live interview series, The Fat Joe Show. Most recently, he welcomed singer Mya to the show where the two chopped it up about a variety of topic related to her successful ’90s/early 2000s run.

But prior to the interview, the Terror Squad vet talked about the Mike Tyson and Roy Jones Jr. fight on Saturday (November 28) and the moment YouTuber Jake Paul knocked out Nate Robinson. In the process, he revealed he was once offered millions of dollars to hop in the ring with his former foe 50 Cent..centered-ad {

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“I wouldn’t do it,” he said around the 11-minute  “When I had beef with 50 Cent, people were, like, fake offering me $10 million, $5 million, to go fight 50 one-on-one. I’m not scared of 50. I’d fight him for free half the time! But to get knocked out on TV, it’s tough and I don’t think we’re giving [Nate] his respect.

“He got knocked out, I get it. It was explosive, it was crazy. I get it. But you can’t keep trying to kill our people that got the courage to entertain us.”


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Fat Joe and 50’s discourse began in 2004 in the middle of the Get Rich or Die Tryin’ legend’s infamous beef with Ja Rule (which is still ongoing, by the way).


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