You might say this is cold on 50 Cent’s part, but you did read the part that says ex-manager Chaz “Slim” Williams dies.
Once 50 Cent caught the news about Chaz “Slim” Williams dead, he took to social media to set the record straight. Read on why 50 Cent unbothered ex-Chaz “Slim” Williams dies…
CelebNMusic247.com reports that 50 cent was unbothered that his ex-manager Chaz “Slim” Williams died.
50 Cent took to social media to clarify that Chaz “Slim” Williams was NEVER his manager, saying:
????Why my name in this shit, I ain’t got nothing to do with Chaz dead or alive. ?da fuck outta here.
What you might not remember or know is this.
HNHH points out that 50 Cents “ex-manager” Chaz “Slim” Williams role as an alleged traitor is illustrated in Fiddy’s “Many Men (Wish Death)” track, which specifically addresses the attack that left Fif wounded with nine gunshots.
The lyrics in questions can be found peppered throughout the comment section:
Slim switched sides on me, let niggas ride on me/I thought we was cool, why you want me to die, homie?
The backstory explains that Williams was a known associate of drug lord Kenneth “Supreme” McGriff who has been long connected to the infamous hit that 50 survived.
Here is more backstory on Chaz “Slim” Williams:
BET did a show American Gangster about Chaz, and this is how he was described:
In the 1970s, Charles “Chaz” Williams went well beyond traditional hustles by robbing over 60 banks in several states. After going to jail, Chaz continued his bank-robbing career.
Back in 2014, the Hollywood Reporter wrote:
A former bank robber, representing himself in court, has survived the first round of a $20.5 million lawsuit against BET, A&E, Netflix, Apple and others over an episode of American Gangster.
Even Chaz NEVER said he was 50’s manager – Check it:
This makes perfect sense why 50 Cent was questioning “why my name in this shit???