50 Cent and one of his rivals are not done with each other, and that was evident from the Friday night New York Knicks' game at Madison Square Garden. Vibe.com reported on March 1, 2014, that 50 Cent came in contact with Steve Stoute and it obviously wasn't a pretty meeting as things got heated quickly between the two courtside.
The two haven't liked one another since 50 Cent was dropped from Sony/Columbia Records back in 2000, and things have not cooled off between the two.
Stoute recently did an interview that brought the rivalry back to life.
"50 hasn’t had a hit in a really long time," he said. He has not made anything musically that has changed anything in a very really long time. I feel like he’s always gearing up for something that never happens."
From there, Stoute did yet another interview where he discussed how he was a big part of 50 Cent's G-Unit sneaker deal with Reebok. He says that 50 Cent wasn't grateful for all that he did, and he's not too pleased about it all.
"50 Cent never thanked me for that. The guy made so much money off of that, and the guy never thanked me," Stoute told the morning show. "He walks around and says he can't stand me. I don't think he can stand anybody. I don't know who he likes, but he definitely doesn't like me. I gave him his first deal, gave him the sneaker deal. I don't know. He just don't like me."
After all this, the two crossed paths at the Knicks' game, and it is obvious that they still don't like one another at all. Stoute has yet to say anything else about 50 Cent and nothing about the incident at the game either.
50 Cent did take to Youtube to discuss the confrontation and it's obvious by the title of the video, what he thinks about it all: "When Talking S**t Goes Wrong." It's got some strong language in it so be careful where you watch it.
The Knicks ended up losing the game by the way.