Due to the eventful Grammy weekend and yesterday being Valentine's Day, this week was pretty interesting. After reviewing the weekly interviews, look forward to a recap of all the other exciting stuff.
In honor of the 10 year anniversary of Get Rich or Die Tryin', Part II of the DJ Whoo Kid interview consisted of reminiscing on various tracks from the historical album.
The DJ can also be seen revealing that he was cool with Ja Rule before the G-Unit honcho made it big.
In addition to vibin' to this legendary album that put 50 cent on the map, see DJ Whoo Kid try to rap like 50, speak on the G-Unit tattoo, how he made the coin dropping sound effect, and how Fif shows him love.
In Part II of the interview with Pusha T, the rapper opens up about dissing Lil' Wayne and The Birdman on Ludacris' "Tell Me Why They Mad For," produced by Swizz Beatz.
Pusha speaks on Lil' Wayne's retaliation in "Goulish," another Swizz production.
See PT also approach the rumor that the "Exodus" song was about Young Chop.
Part III of the interview with Lisa Ann, the porn star announced that she is done with the agency thing because of all the stuff she has been through like a pimp putting a gun to her head.
For those who want to be in the porn industry, Lisa gave advice on how to survive.
Look forward to the porn queen's definition of a blow bang and her thoughts on gang bangs.
Watch her and Jack Thriller converse on marriage, DJ Whoo Kid, and catching STDs in her line of work.
This week we were introduced to JP aka "Audubon" and Frankie, a couple of kids from the MTV reality show Washington Heights.
In actuality, PJ is a producer/ creator of the show. He talks about being an upcoming Latin rapper and how he is trying to convey honesty in his music.
Check out Frankie speaking on her spoken word and her love life and both of them share how it feels to be on TV.
Now listen to the entire 50 Cent's "We Up" featuring Kendrick Lamar and Kidd Kidd:
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