50 Cent reacts to being among the highest rap albums sales list.
50 Cent reminds everyone that he made everyone uncomfortable with his domination in the 2000s. The rapper took to his social media to share the list of top 10 rap albums with the highest first-week sales, and also the most streamed rap album dropped in the 2000s.
In the list of biggest first-week sales, Fif was at number three with his album “The Massacre”, which sold 1.15 million copies in the first week. He was only behind his good friend and longtime collaborator Eminem, whose album “The Marshall Mathers LP” and “The Eminem Show” holds the top two spots. 50 was also at number 8 with his major debut album “Get Rich or Die Tryin’.” The other artists on the list are Lil Wayne, Drake and Kanye West.
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In the second slide, the rapper shows that his album “Get Rich Or Die Tryin” is the second most streamed rap album released in 2000s. It was streamed 3.7 billion times. He was only behind Eminem’s “The Eminem Show” which has 5.7 billion streams.
“The funny sh*t is only @eminem sold more then me,” he said. “I made ni**as so uncomfortable they don’t want to remember LOL.”