Okay! 50 cent and Jay-Z both to me are not real to me anymore. They are both catering to the crowd that brings them more money. We all know that Jay-Z is not all tha of a rapper and plus with all the money he making he admitted that he don't even need rap. I believe 50 cent is a commercial rapper, all he trying to do is get all eyes on him. Verses Tupac, he didn't have to do outrageous things to keep him in the spotlight. Drama always came looking for Tupac and that's why the public was so drawn to him. Being as though his mother was an ex-black panther, he already had chaos stemming from that alone. Now 50's history exploits the drug world, he also uses things that happens in his life to get the center of attention. I mean now it just seems the whole rap industry is nothing but an acting career and it's not attracting the older society. When 50 gets offended from other people, he can just ask onr of his buddies to *** them down. It's not right. Since he been on the seen, Ja, Rule, Camron, JadaKiss, and now Mims. Then he tried some sh*t with Jay-Z and the Game too.Can't knock the hustle. But I'm not entertained by it all. And even when I listen to Tupac's music, even his lyrics began to sound miserable after a while. I just think the rap Industry needs a whole new business perspective. These beefs aren't doing anything but stirring up controversy among people. This week it'll be 50 and Mims, next week, it'll be 50 and Nas. I mean give me a break. I liked rappers like Redman, Method Man, Nas, Fiend, Mystical, T.I. and Twista. I like people who can make raps up that broadens the imagination like story telling or telling jokes. That's what draw me to people like Eminem and Nas. I didn't T.I. at first cause I thought he was just a hot head but now his new album basically introduced himself to me. So all in all The Rap Industry need to be looked at.