50 Cent Says Jay-Z's New Album Is 'Golf Course Music'

"They don't wanna hear that shit

While Beyonce fans pour over Jay-Z's new album 4:44 hoping for insights into the world's most famous couple's personal life, the rapper's contemporary 50 Cent has a more straightforward assessment.

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On his Instagram, the man also known as Curtis Jackson posted a video review in which he said:

"I listened to Jay's new shit, 4:44. I thought this shit was alright.

"The shit was too smart. I felt I should be wearing glasses and tie, like a fucking sweater around my waist or something. It was like Ivy league shit."

OK. So far we're looking like 2, maybe 3 stars here.

"They don't wanna hear that shit – they just wanna have a good time. Fuck that you cant be the best rapper at 47, because the new boys are coming through.

"I ain't gonna hold you up B – that shit was like golf course music."

Oh.

The surprising thing here isn't that Fiddy has been outspoken on social media – unlike releasing decent records of his own, he does that all the time.

No, the surprising thing is that Curtis is apparently one of the handful of people in the world actually subscribed to Tidal given his well reported problems with bankruptcy.

Meanwhile, 4:44 has gone platinum in its first week of release.