Get Real Detroit caught up with 50 Cent before the release of ‘Get Rich or Die Tryin’’, and asked him what it was like working with Eminem on his debut. “I’m starting to figure it out. I think that what happened to Em happened so fast that he hasn’t even really realized how big he is,” 50 says. “He’s still down-to-earth and humble, despite the fact that he can rap circles around the game. He’s so talented sometimes it can become annoying. Plus he can’t really toot his own horn, it makes people uneasy; but I can. The boy is No. 1. We’re alike in a lot of ways, he speaks a lot from his life experience, otherwise you wouldn’t know who Kim was. I do the same, it’s just a little more gunplay, more life-threatening situations.”
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