During a stop on Big Boy’s Neighborhood, the 47-year-old was asked if there was one moment in his legendary run that he would like to relive.

Fif had a very specific answer.

“The first time I realized the numbers on Get Rich or Die Tryin, that was it for me. Like, we had a short first week, and it came back, it was like 830,000 something. And then we didn’t have the decrease that you would have, that meant they under-shipped it,” 50 explained.  “Because the 60 percent, 30 percent decrease that would be there for every album wasn’t there because the following week, it came in with a whole other something like 800,000.  For me, I was on a bus riding in the back, and I remembered feeling, ‘This is never going to feel like this again.’”

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