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50 Cent’s 'Bulletproof' Taken To War

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Posted March 27, 2008 - By Frank Meyer

A Sudanese rapper named Emmanuel Jal is calling out 50 Cent on his new album for making Bulletproof, a videogame he feels glorifies violence and sends hip hop fans a bad message.

The song is called “50 Cent” (okay, not the most creative title) and is off the rapper's upcoming album, Warchild. In in it he says:

"You have done enough damage selling crack cocaine now you got a kill a black man video game…There ain’t a Jewish or a white man Chinese or an Indian blowing up the brain of their own fellow man… We have lost a whole generation through this lifestyle now you want to put it in the game for a little child to play… Bugga bun 50 Cent."

Bugga bun?

Anyways, the guy knows of what he speaks. Turns out Jal was forced into the Sudanese People’s Liberation Army from age six to 13...which means he's actually killed a whole bunch of dudes!

The MC recently spoke said at a Harvard University conference on hip hop last week and said American hip hop is still obsessed with gang culture, drugs, sexual violence and greed.

“I am a great fan of 50 Cent,” Jal admitted, “but can’t help thinking that the generation that has grown up to respect and love him are not being given the right message. I feel that he could be professing more of a positive influence with his young fans.

Warchild is due for release in May.

Gamepolitics.com: 50 Cent: Bulletproof Game Called out by Hip-Hop Artist, Former Child Soldier

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