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50 Cent stopped by WGCI's Tony Sculfield and the Morning Riot show recently and the topic of Dr. Dre's long awaited Detox album came up.
"You you what it is...,he falls in love with music, then he falls out of love with it," 50 said. "I said [to him] you don't have to change anything. [It's] like Sade, when she makes a new album it reminds of the record that I liked from her. And I go 'yeah play that, that's the new one.' And it feels like the last one," Fif explained. "So Dre, he doesn't have to create a formula because he was gone so long if he gives us something that feels like The Chronic people will be happy. It's just so many thought processes or waves to go through to try and figure out exactly what it should be, that he's kind of scattered. You see him working with Rick Ross. He'll work with anybody to try and find something to make the record hands down the best record out there. When I know that he's got his own internal conflicts with that trying to find it, I can't have a problem with whoever he tries to work with"
50 was then asked if there would ever be a collaboration between him and Ross.
"Probably not," 50 said "We probably won't see that."