50 Cent has criticised his mentor Eminem for releasing a record urging rappers to end their wars - insisting Slim Shady isn't being realistic. 50 Cent, who has had a long-standing feud with Ja Rule among others, pokes fun at Eminem for releasing hopeful hit Like Toy Soldiers in the pages of hip-hop magazine XXL. He states, "I don't think Eminem is realistic. On certain levels, he's being logical. Anybody, like I said, would want to avoid those type of situations. Eminem's seeing if it's possible to not have these issues. Why? Because he makes hit records."
In other 50 Cent news: The DaimlerChrysler AG is getting another boost from the hip-hop world, this time in the person of 50 Cent. 50 Cent says he is impatient to get his hands on the 2006 Dodge Charger, a four-door update of the classic muscle car that is debuting at the North American International Auto Show now under way in Detroit. It goes on sale in the spring. Chrysler is rushing to get 50 Cent what he wants, as it did last summer when rapper Snoop Dogg asked Chrysler division chief executive Dieter Zetsche for a Chrysler 300 sedan. The Snoop Dogg connection brought the automaker welcome cachet in the youth market. The company allowed Snoop Dogg to use several of the sedans for a music video from his new CD.
50 Cent also is planning on making a gangster movie with famous villain James Woods. 50 Cent, who will make his big screen debut in Jim Sheridan's "Locked and Loaded", insists his follow-up project will feature his hero Woods - and they'll play twins.