Last month, the newly-minuted Boosie Badazz capped off his first year free from prison with Every Ghetto, Every City, Vol. 1, a guest-laden mixtape that showed off not only his closest friends and collaborators but Boosie's own animal drive. Since being freed from Angola, he's rapped with and shouted out by many of hip-hop's greats. But still, it seemed strange--how did he link up with 50 Cent? Now, it appears we have the answer. Mr. Jackson's verse on Boosie's "Paid" might have been part of the restitution Fif paid to Boosie's longtime friend Webbie after the latter won a bet on a boxing match. "I told him we dont need no money man, we need some verses, get on my boy song," Webbie told TMZ.

This disagreement stemmed from a bet that the two rappers had made last May, on a fight between boxers Terence Crawford and Yuriorkis Gamboa. The latter is one of the fighters with whom 50 was professionally and financially involved; he lost to Crawford by a knockout. However, when it became time to settle the $1 million wager, Webbie and his team allege that the G-Unit general was nowhere to be found. Luckily, the two game to terms on a musical arrangement and nobody was harmed in the course of the disagreement.

Webbie was recently in the news for getting baptized on Easter Sunday, which is about as holy as you can get in the Christian faith. He recently collaborated with Boosie on "On That Level," from the sessions for the latter's Touchdown 2 Cause Hell.

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