Shyne Says 50 Cent Is A Confidential Informant

The last time we heard from Shyne, he intended to follow in his father’s footsteps and become the Prime Minister of Belize.

It looks like he is handling a few other things before he makes that jump.

Recently, Shyne did an interview and discussed his past with 50 Cent.

Shyne claims that Fifty used to write for Diddy before he got signed and blew up. That was in 2000, around the same time 50 got stabbed at the Hit Factory.

As reported in the past by Ja Rule, Irv Gotti and more, Shyne alleges 50 went to the cops over the stabbing and got an order of protection.

Shyne also remembers Fifty having NYPD officers doing security for him, before he was signed.

He was at Daddy’s House (Diddy’s studio), in the lounge, and he had security and hadn’t sold one record yet.

Shyne continues to bash Fifty for not being “Gangsta” like him and proceeds to say Fifty worked with other executives and the feds to take down Irv Gotti and Kenneth “Supreme” McGriff.

I know he’s a confidential informant, and I know he went along with some other industry dudes, industry execs, and I know they went to the Feds to try and destroy Irv Gotti and try to destroy Kenneth McGriff.

It looks like Shyne is making some wild accusations about 50 Cent.

Do you believe him?

 

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