has stepped up his feud with fellow rapper Fat Joe
by posting a mock funeral for the star on the internet. The short film shows an American military funeral interspersed with clips of 50 Cent crying and paying tribute to the 37-year-old.
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hit-maker - real name Curtis Jackson - is then seen revealing the real reason for the tape, pointing to the poor sales of Fat Joe's latest album The Elephant In The Room
. Fat Joe's record sold 46,000 copies in its first week of release in the U.S., while 50 Cent released a spoof mix tape on his website the same week and scored over 400,000 downloads. And 50 Cent is determined to emphasize his dominance in the music scene.
Speaking into the camera he says, "(Fat Joe's record sales are) actually terrible. That's when you know you are not relevant. The boss (myself) is there looking good with his number one album and he shouldn't stand next to that fat piece of s**t. Because you know how I get."
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