50 Cent Is Riding With Brian Pumper!!!

 |  September 3, 2010
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Brian Pumper has done an interview with Vibe discussing his transition into the mainstream.

“Uhhh, let me see. My n*gga Spliff Star from Flip Mode… we actually cut a song,” Pumper revealed in an interview. “I’ve given Chamillionaire the Fattys, Rhymes & Dimes DVD, I’ve given 50 Fattys, Rhymes & Dimes. N*ggas f*ck with me. 50 told my n*gga Nelson to call me [and said] ‘Tell Pumper to just get us all his music videos and YouTubes, take out the penetration and the nudity and clean it up and we gonna pump those.’ N*ggas is helping at branding me as a mainstream artist.”

Teaming up with 50 does not seem unlikely for B. pumper because he already started by trying to beef with Fabolous,Juelz and Rick Ross

Last month, Pumper discussed his admiration toward 50.

“I wanna do B. Pumper albums, which I wanna put out under 50 Cent. I want 50 Cent to sign me as a solo act,” Pumper tells Pow-TV. “G-Unit stands for guerilla gangster sh*t, but a n*gga don’t have to be be poppin pistols or selling crack. Anything can be considered gangster, ‘Yo that n*gga’s a fool, he be smashin all the shorties in the [porno] flicks you gangster for that, I like G-Unit, I like the style, the energy they bring in their music.”

The adult actor also said he hoped 50 could finance a book release.

“I want 50 to help me put a book out. Now my book is gonna be about sex lives, how to better sex lives, why men bust quick…the skills to control that so now they can be Superman in the bedroom. Girls trying to use their p*ssies as a power tool, scandalous b*tches doing n*ggas dirty…why women sleep [with men] if the money makes sense.”

This is a good look to be cosigned by 50 but honestly Brian Pumper needs to step up his lyric/flow game because he spits garbage. I mean success as a porn star does not translate that well into hip hop unless you actually have the skill to spit..no pun intended.

  • Brownjabari20

    Ya'll are posting this as if 50 Cent is still relevant.