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50 Cent says DaBaby will “Bounce Back As long as he keeps consistency with the music”


Power mogul sticking by the North Carolina rapper’s side expects DaBaby to bounce back from the Rolling Loud controversy.

50 Cent believes DaBaby will recover from controversy: ‘Remember they tried to Cancel Chris Brown five or six times’


The Queens rap star-turned-TV mogul, made a recent appearance on E! Nightly Pop, in which he broke down the scandal surrounding DaBaby and the backlash from his controversial comments at Rolling Loud in July.


In a recent interview on E!’s Nightly Pop, host Nina Parker asked 50 Cent, “A lot of the young rappers really need to look to you for mentorship because you really did it in a different way…I really wanna know what your advice would be right now in this moment if DaBaby was sitting next to you, like what would you say to him?”


“He is a really talented, special artist, right?” 50 Cent began. “And he just transitioned from being in that pool that everyone’s in as a Rap artist. Like, they didn’t notify him that he’s turning into a superstar.”


“He’s only two years into his career. There’s no artist development. There’s no strong A&R in this. There’s definitely no media training,” 50 Cent added, before admitting that he is confident that DaBaby can “bounce back” from the scandal: “Remember they tried to cancel Chris Brown five or six times.”

“There's nobody that tells you, 'Now, you're held to these standards,' that are mainstream standards that you can't say things and you can't do these different things," the hip-hop mogul continued. "He didn't have a publicist involved and this is why the response took so long. Even his apology, the first apology attempt at it, was what made it worse. You know what it is? When a person makes a general statement, 'cause he made a general statement on stage, he's not directing that to any individual, but what happens is he's still new and he's being attacked by individuals.”you're held to these standards,' that are mainstream standards that you can't say things and you can't do these different things," 50 Cent continued. "He didn't have a publicist involved and this is why the response took so long. Even his apology, the first apology attempt at it, was what made it worse. You know what it is? When a person makes a general statement, 'cause he made a general statement on stage, he's not directing that to any individual, but what happens is he's still new and he's being attacked by individuals."


Watch the clip from E! Nightly Pop with 50 Cent above.

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