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50 Cent Says Jay Z is the Most Overrated Rapper
Posted by Jeremy Thomas on 06.22.2014

50 Cent named Jay Z as the most overrated rapper while guesting on Watch What Happens Live this week. The rapper, promoting his LP Animal Ambition, appeared on the Bravo show and got to participate in host Andy Cohen's "Plead the Fifth" game. You can see the video below.

Cohen asked what it was like to get yelled at by Beyonce; if you'll recall, 50 admitted that the R&B singer got up in his face once when she thought he was beefing with Jay. He said, "It's not really bad, like her breath doesn't smell...You just have to have an expression on your face like, ‘what the f– is the matter with you?"

He also denied ever having sex with (or dating) Kim Kardashian and, when asked to name the most overrated artist in hip-hop, said, "Jay Z. He would say he's overrated.' Rather be overrated than underpaid." The latter line of course is from Hova's "So Appalled."


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