While he once co-signed him as the “King of New York,” 50’s feelings for Tekashi soured after he snitched and he ruled out any future collaborations. “I wouldn’t work with him. What it is, is it’s just against the way I grew up,” he said during an interview with Big Boy on REAL 92.3.
Earlier in the week, 50 shot a video for his Pop Smoke collaboration, which also features Roddy Ricch. The song is set to appear on Pop’s debut album, which drops July 3. Earlier this month, his estate released the album’s lead single, “Make It Rain” featuring Rowdy Rebel.