Snoop Dogg and LL Cool J showed their support for the release of 50 Cent's book 'Hustle Harder, Hustle Smarter' as they enjoy a read from the work of their fellow rapper.
50 Cent is officially a New York Times best-selling author with the release of his self-help book, "Hustle Harder, Hustle Smarter."
The book shares his secrets to success as it follows his journey from becoming a gangster rapper, actor, entrepreneur, and executive producer.
According to ABC News, the book is available in all formats and gives insight into the concept of "hustle" and provides lessons on how to make a comeback. It shares personal stories of 50 Cent's experience. In a tweet, he explained:
"I've had my share of setbacks, but I knew that I was never gonna stay there long."
"A little quarantine reading courtesy of my brother @50cent...Thanks for the book homie."
Another famous pal, Snoop Dogg, also got in on the quarantine reading as he posted a photo of himself looking engrossed the pages of "Hustle Harder, Hustle Smarter."
The legendary rapper was deep in his element as he sat with a smoke in one hand, and his personal copy of the book on the other side. In his caption, he thanked 50 Cent for the book and admitted that it was a "great read."
Despite his friendship with Snoop Dogg, 50 Cent revealed that he would want to go head-to-head with him in a battle on Timberland and Swizz Beatz's "Verzuz" virtual music battles on Instagram.
While turning down a battle with his long term rival, Ja Rule, 50 Cent said, "it would make more sense catalog wise, me and Snoop because we could compete every step of the way." Ja Rule commented on the interview and mocked 50 Cent for not taking up the challenge.
Ja Rule commented on 50 Cent's virtual interview with Big Boy on "Big Boy's Neighbourhood" | Source: Instagram.com/bigboysneighbourhood
, LL Cool has come up with his own for legendary rappers he feels should battle with their biggest hits, and pointed to Nas and Jay Z.
The "NCIS: Los Angeles" star said he thinks it would be interesting to see the Queens rapper go against his companion from New York.