Olivia talks 50 Cent and G-Unit departure

Monday, June 27, 2011

By Mr. Hollywood
JR Staff Writer

In 2007, 50 Cent made a shocking statement when he revealed he had dropped Olivia from G-Unit Records. At the peak of his feud with Ja Rule, 50 Cent signed Olivia to serve as his "Ashanti." Despite being brutally dissed by 50 Cent and his associates, Ja Rule made a strong comeback in 2004 and 50 Cent countered with Olivia.

50 Cent had a strong year, in 2005, when he released his album and the hit single, "Candy Shop." The song featured Olivia on the hook and was embedded in the brain of many fans. At the time, it seemed as if the future was very bright for Olivia. She had a previous record deal with J Records, but things did not work out for her.

Two years into her time at G-Unit, Olivia was dropped from the label, but 50 Cent said there was no beef. However, before the end of 2007, 50 Cent dissed Olivia, saying she likely had a sexual relationship with Missy Elliott. While Olivia denied having a sexual relationship with Missy Elliott, there were rumors that she and 50 Cent had something going on.

When asked about her relationship with 50 Cent, Olivia said they kept it professional at all times. However, when she was asked about her departure from G-Unit Records, Olivia said she has not been completely paid for her time with the label. Olivia said she and 50 Cent have talked several times about the money he owes her and she said he will be paying her back.


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