50 Cent and Eminem proved their long-time friendship remains unbroken and strong as steal as they shared the stage at Fif’s Final Lap Tour in Detroit, Michigan this past weekend.
The G-Unit boss headlined the Pine Knob Music Theatre on Sunday night (September 17, 2023), and it was only right that he brought out his close friend and hometown hero, Marshall Mathers, as a surprise guest of the show, among other Detroiters Icewear Vezzo, Kash Doll and Peezy
Eminem and 50 Cent performed “Patiently Waiting” from Get Rich Or Die Tyrin’ and “Crack a Bottle,” from Relapse album.
Before departing the stage, Eminem showed love to 50 Cent while saying a few words to the Detroit audience. “Detroit! Don’t f–king act like you didn’t know I was gonna be here. Detroit! make some noise for one of the best friends that I’ve ever known, 50 Cent. And also, make some noise for Hip Hop’s 50th birthday, y’all. It’s still hip-hop’s 50th birthday! Detroit, I love y’all, man!”
“Y’all know I was gonna do that. I had to do that.” 50 Cent added when Eminem walked out of stage.
Fif later shared a video of the moment on Instagram with the caption: “Bro when I do anything with EM people just go crazy they know he really my boy. I love him till death!”
In the comment section, Busta Rhymes, legendary hip-hop group Three 6 Mafia, Tony Yayo, Uncle Murda and Young MA commented fire emojis. While Royce da 5’9” replied with a GIF that says “that’s dynamic duo vibes right there.”
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