50 dissed him that's why he's lashing out. Fif said in a more recent interview that Stoute was the type of nigga to say he can do this and that but wont do shit for a nigga and only wanna get in the picture and try to take credit for shit he aint do AFTER it blows up. He said Stoute told him not to sign to Eminem and Dr.Dre cuz Eminem had no label or credibility with black people and wasn't gonna do nothing for him, Stoute said he could do better but when Fif came to the table with DJ Clue, DJ Envy and Sha Money XL, Clue spent the day trying to call Stoute, turns out Stoute was frontin. Fif didn't botther with it and signed to Em/Dre and became a fuckin superstar. Stoute tried to take credit and they had a meeting (prolly got hit over the head w/ another bottle SMMFH) and then yeah..... LOLOL.
I think Stoute is just salty, Fif isn't some chump or one of those floozies Stoute makes promises to and never delivers on. 50 Cent is a boss and we know how he gets down when it comes to beef. Stoute don't want it.
Ali had horrible defense (something ppl wanna ignore) and Tyson is a fucking technician backed by power, brains and strategy. Tyson can't make any mistakes against Ali or it could be a wrap. Tyson was a better boxer than Frazier - Ali's greatest rival. It'd be a good ass match. If it went to decision tho Ali would get it. I'm gonna go Tyson. Fans will say Ali outta respect, but it's Tyson if we being honest.
If Tyson bowed out in his prime this wouldn't be a thread. If Cus D'Amato was still alive he'd tell you Tyson and you know what else ? If he didn't die & lived another 10 years Tyson would have never lost a fight, there'd have been no Don King and no falling off SMMFH. Ali didn't have a Cus in his corner. I feel like the fights after his prime against Evander (SMMFH) and Lewis "humanized" Tyson and revealed weakness where there really shouldn't have been.
Wouldn't say he fell off but creatively Kim K is stifling him SMMFH. Yeezus was a step in the right direction production wise but it felt forced and so it's execution was atrocious. I feel like Ye wanted to elevate the game the same way 808s did. I think he needs to fall off in order to go back to the basics. He's got one of the most consistent catalogs in Hip-Hop PERIOD. Even tho Yeezus was a dud to us, to other genres of pop culture and music it seems to have garnered a cult following. That's an album that will become what I'd consider a "cult classic".