Oprah Winfrey, Kanye West and Lil Wayne are all targeted for abuse by 50 Cent on a new song by the hip-hop star. According to 50 Cent, certain aspects of the song “Play This on the Radio” are in response to a tack by Wayne titled "Louisianimal," which originally appeared on a mixtape by the Empire.
50 Cent called in to DJ Whoo Kid’s satellite radio show on Saturday (Jan. 10) to clarify the song. Talking about Wayne’s “Louisianimal,” he says: "When he said it, I don’t know if it was old or new material. But because he didn’t say anything [to clarify the timing of the song], I take it that he meant for it to be out there right now.”
He also advises Wayne not to respond to the track. "If he says something back, I’m gonna drop the bomb on his ass," he says. "It’s gonna be hard for me to get off him. He’s a talented artist, but if you put him in a space when we’re in direct competition, my consistency will break his neck." 50 Cent also told Whoo Kid that he believes Winfrey is prejudiced against hip-hop. You can hear “Play This on the Radio” here. [MTV]