50 Cent sat down with Power 99's Cosmic Kev for an in-depth interview. The two talked about the current state of G-Unit, and 50 explained that the crew has been "dismantled." He said that no amount of money would get him to consider a reunion, and added that he would never give either Lloyd Banks or Tony Yayo more money at this stage.

Later in the interview, he explained that his new single, "Smoke," has been more successful than any of the singles he released through Interscope. 50 said that while Jimmy and him no longer get along, he continues to have a relationship with Dr. Dre. He also talked about the conversation he had with Steve Stoute at Madison Square Garden. "I told him, 'I heard what you were saying on the radio,'" 50 said. "I asked him, 'Is there a problem? Let me know if there's a problem because that's the part I'm good at. And then his face started shaking.'" He breaks down his past relationship with Stoute also.

50 also talked about his upcoming album, Animal Ambition, and explained what the differences are between that album and the long-anticipated Street King Immortal. He said that the latter album will be more personal and will feature a shift in production.

[via HHNM]

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