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50 Cent took to his Twitter account threatening not to release his new untitled LP because of built-up anger toward his label, Interscope Records.
The multi-millionaire rapper angrily wrote about the record label and scraping the album all together.
"Man I'm not releasing a album. I can't believe Interscope is this f---ed up right now. I apologize to my fans," he wrote.
"I will work with other artists on their projects but I will not put out another album. They dropped the ball with me one time too many."
He then threatened to release Dr. Dre’s new single, “Detox,” early on Wednesday in retaliation over his feeling that he does not get as much attention as his mentor.
“You're gonna love it, it's a big song. I just don't think it deserves a great setup since they can't seem to get it right when it comes to me," he said.
This is not the only time 50 Cent has shown disagreement with his record company on the social networking site. In June, the rapper took to Twitter to discuss the slow moving pace of his new album and the lack of excitement shown by the record company.
A new track, called “I’m On It,” was released Wednesday morning. But according to MTV News, there is no information if the track was actually going to appear on 50 Cent’s album.