The song “Back Down” is one of the tracks on 50 Cent‘s 2003 album Get Rich or Die Tryin’ and according to Sha Money XL, he dissed Jay-Z, Cam’ron, Nas, as well as others on an unreleased version.

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“That record is his traditional patterns of ‘How to Rob,’ your ‘Life’s on the Line,’ ‘Ghetto Quran,’”said Sha on a documentary about the LP. “Certain names is being mentioned, certain nerves being pinched. That’s his marketing tool. Fif has a marketing tool within music. He knows how to make records that’s gonna get you to talk, listen and f*ck with him.”

But Sha said that Dr. Dre made 50 change the song because it was too harsh.

“The sh*t he was saying, it was like, ‘Bro, you can’t say that, what you doing? Yo, come on, Nas is still the homie,'” he explained. “But he wanted to take everybody, man. It was like, ‘You can’t go after the God, bro.’ Everybody’s getting it, Cam, everybody. Back the f*ck down. And that sh*t was well-received, man. That sh*t was hard as f*ck.”


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