50 Cent and Sha Money XL ended their partnership
In 2010 co-founder of G-Unit Sha Money XL, left G-Unit. Because after Mobb Deep's G-Unit album 'Blood Money' flopped. 50 Cent didn't invited him as co-executive producer of his third album 'Curtis' or as engineer of 'Curtis', or as beat-maker of 'Curtis'. In 2009 when Jimmy Iovin' dropped G-Unit Records, Inc. from Interscope Records. Sha Money XL understood, that it's time for find new 'home'. He signed Def Jam Records as executive directore. He wanted publish Lloyd Banks' third album H.F.M.2 under Def Jam. But 50 Cent didn't do deal with Def Jam. He signed G-Unit under EMI umbrella.
After this movements, Sha Money XL and 50 Cent official ended, their business relationship. One week later Sha and 50 also ended their friendship. 50 Cent dissed him, When sha didn't pay bail to Bobby Shmurda, for get out him from prison. Bobby Shmurda is part of Epic Records. Sha Money XL is leader of Epic at this time.