As if it wasn't obvious from the notorious stories of his early years wheeling and dealing (and, uh, getting shot in the face), 50 Cent's a guy who means business. And guys like Fiddy don't fool around, at least not in the manner Nathan did tonight.
We reached out to Nathan to see if there are still any hard feelings about getting dropped so unexpectedly, and while he says he "wouldn't take back doing the show for nothing" it's safe (or maybe kinda unsafe) to say that he's a wee bit sore. Check out his note to fans below...
First off, I loved being on 50 Cent: The Money and the Power. It was an amazing experience. However, in no way do I think I was portrayed accurately on the show. 50 Cent lost his best contestant -- I am 'The Money And The Power'. I am THE TRUE BALLER here in ATL.
I think it's important for everyone to know that 50 Cent seems like a cool dude, but when it comes down to it, he eliminated me for no reason. To set the record straight, there was way too much drama at Camp Curtis. I was sick of it. And I was ready to have fun. 50 Cent eliminated me because he said I wasn't taking the opportunity seriously. How can you possibly take running chain-gang style and picking up horse sh*t serious?