Speaking on Power, Tekashi 6ix9ine, Wendy Williams, and more.

Given his storied past that laid way for his trending mogul status, whenever 50 Cent does an interview, it’s sure to be entertaining. Today, he stopped by his hometown radio station, The Breakfast Club, to have an in-depth, wide-ranging conversation.

While 50 is regarded for his voluminous hip-hop contributions during the early-to-mid 2000s, he’s proven that he’s far more than just a rapper. An entrepreneur, businessman, spokesperson, producer, and so much more, 50 has leveraged his iconic rap career for an impressive legacy — and today, he chops it up about all of it. 

During his conversation with DJ Envy, Charlamagne, and Angela Yee, Fif talks on everything from Tekashi 6ix9ine’s legal situation, the final season of his hit series Power, extending an olive branch to Wendy Williams, and much more. He goes on to discuss his upcoming show, Power Book, the sequel to Power, and how Scott Storch will be involved with the production.

In only 30-minutes, 50 manages to provide colorful commentary on himself, his ventures, macro issues, and societal fodder.

Check out the full interview below: