After losing a million dollar boxing bet to Webbie, 50 Cent reportedly delivered a verse for Lil Boosie instead of a cash payout.
Last June, Webbie and 50 Cent allegedly agreed to a million dollar bet on the outcome of a lightweight world title bout between Yuriorkis Gamboa and Terrence Crawford. When the then 26-year old Crawford beat Gamboa in his hometown of Omaha, Nebraska Webbie claimed that 50 owed him the promised million dollars.
"I told you bitch, 50 / You owe me a million, don't make me come get it / I'm telling you I'm serious," Webbie rapped in a track previewed in December.
Now, Webbie says instead of a cash payout he's parlayed the bounty into a guest appearance from the G-Unit frontman for his label-mate Lil Boosie.
"I told him we dont need no money man, we need some verses, get on my boy song," Webbie told TMZ.
In a video released by the site, Webbie claims he forced 50 to deliver his verse as promised and that their beef is now officially settled.
Check out the video below:
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