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.

Even though Stoute now opts to throw jabs at 50's career, Steve was once trying to give an up and coming Fif advice. Advising the rapper to not sign with Eminem in his early career, seems the two have been at odds as 50 clearly negated Stoute's beliefs of him being "too serious" of a rapper to sign with Shady Records.

"At the time, Em was doing ['Purple Pills' with D12], so he's thinking [Eminem's] a joke," 50 told MTV News. "Of course, I did the deal with the white boy because Em is the only one that showed interest in me. He's my favorite white boy".