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50 Cent Finally Responds Back To Steve Stoute

50 Cent's memory bank is pretty solid. He's rarely forgetful in regards to comments handed out by his competitors or foes. Well, Steve Stoute falls into that category, when he questioned 50's relevance during his interview with Hot97 back in February...

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Steve Stoute Calls For Los Angeles Clippers Boycott By Fans And Sponsors

Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling’s despicable comments sent waves throughout the entire country and now Steve Stoute is calling for fans and sponsors to boycott Clippers games...

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Dame Dash Warns Rappers Not To Work With Steve Stoute

On a quiet Easter Sunday afternoon, Dame Dash decided to take to Instagram and shake things up. Dash, who has never shied away from confrontation, took a shot at Steve Stoute over what the longtime industry heavyweight had to say about 50 Cent earlier this year...

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Steve Stoute Once Told 50 Cent Not To Sign With Eminem

Following the heated encounter at MSG, both 50 Cent and Steve Stoute were mum on the topic. However, 50 came forth speaking on the matter stating that their beef stems much deeper than recent events...

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50 Cent Spoofs ‘Juice’ In Steve Stoute Feud

50 Cent and Steve Stoute have made it public that they don’t get along. After responding to Stoute's comments at a Knicks game and on Instagram, Fif adds his humorous touch on a leaked video on YouTube...

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50 Cent Suggests Diddy, Rick Ross And Steve Stoute Are Gay

Adding fuel to the fire, 50 Cent posted a dual photo suggesting Diddy, Rick Ross and arch-nemesis Steve Stoute are gay together, before retracting his statement and taking it down from Instagram, Sunday night...

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50 Cent and Steve Stoute have a deep history of dislike and that beef came alive again in 2013. During a press run for the Tanning Of America mini-doc, Stoute excluded 50 from his list of influential artists during an interview with The Breakfast Club saying the Queens rap star hasn’t been relevant in a while. 50 Cent confronted Stoute during a Knicks game in March of this year. Don't you think it's time to be friends now?
50 Cent and Steve Stoute have a deep history of dislike and that beef came alive again in 2013. During a press run for the Tanning Of America mini-doc, Stoute excluded 50 from his list of influential artists during an interview with The Breakfast Club saying the Queens rap star hasn’t been relevant in a while. 50 Cent confronted Stoute during a Knicks game in March of this year. Don't you think it's time to be friends now?
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50 Cent Confronts Steve Stoute At Knicks Game

50 Cent and Steve Stoute had what looked like a heated exchange during last night's New York Knicks vs Golden State Warriors game at Madison Square Garden...

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XXL: What were some of the most surprising things you came across while making it?
AS: Not shocking, really, but one of the things that Billy and I found interesting was that Billy and I would sit in the office and see how Stoute kind of followed his timeline in his book. We looked at it as one of our jobs, to kind of round it out and fill it in with politics and society and larger cultural events. So one of the things that was most fun about this was kind of connecting those dots. I remember in Episode 2, we have the Rodney King verdict, or the Rodney King case to begin with, leading into the election of Bill Clinton. Then, by the time you get to Episode 4, you're at Hurricane Katrina leading into the election of President Obama. I think looking at those kinds of macro events that don’t necessarily have a direct connection to pop culture, I think stitching those together was the most fun.

BC: I don’t know if I would call this shocking, but perhaps provocative: revisiting some of the Norman Lear sitcoms and how they so candidly dealt with race and racism. Like All In The Family and The Jeffersons. How just overt but genuinely moving and funny they are. You watch those clips and you say, “Shit, they couldn’t do a show like this now.” It’s sad in a way that you couldn’t, but they are provocative in a way. And seeing some of the overt racism during the protests. White people coming out in the streets, shouting at protesters telling them to “go back where they came from.” I don’t think you would see any of that today.

XXL: What were some of the most surprising things you came across while making it?

AS: Not shocking, really, but one of the things that Billy and I found interesting was that Billy and I would sit in the office and see how Stoute kind of followed his timeline in his book. We looked at it as one of our jobs, to kind of round it out and fill it in with politics and society and larger cultural events. So one of the things that was most fun about this was kind of connecting those dots. I remember in Episode 2, we have the Rodney King verdict, or the Rodney King case to begin with, leading into the election of Bill Clinton. Then, by the time you get to Episode 4, you're at Hurricane Katrina leading into the election of President Obama. I think looking at those kinds of macro events that don’t necessarily have a direct connection to pop culture, I think stitching those together was the most fun.

BC: I don’t know if I would call this shocking, but perhaps provocative: revisiting some of the Norman Lear sitcoms and how they so candidly dealt with race and racism. Like All In The Family and The Jeffersons. How just overt but genuinely moving and funny they are. You watch those clips and you say, “Shit, they couldn’t do a show like this now.” It’s sad in a way that you couldn’t, but they are provocative in a way. And seeing some of the overt racism during the protests. White people coming out in the streets, shouting at protesters telling them to “go back where they came from.” I don’t think you would see any of that today.
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‘Tanning Of America’ Directors On How Hip-Hop Is Changing America

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Steve Stoute Doesn’t Think 50 Cent Is Influential Today

On Monday night (Feb. 24), part one of Steve Stoute’s Tanning of America mini-doc premiered on VH1. Today, the business mogul talks with Hot 97's Angie Martinez about hip-hop and rap’s most influential artists...

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