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Eminem turned down a joint tour with Snoop Dogg and Dr Dre

"It would have made over $100 million (£80.2 million)"

Eminem once nearly went on a huge tour with Snoop Dogg and Dr Dre, according to 50 Cent.

Speaking to Big Boy TV, the rapper said the jaunt would have been worth “collectively, over $100 million (£80.2 million)” if it had gone ahead. But Eminem turned it down because he was concerned about not seeing his daughter Hailie for so such a long period on a lengthy tour.

“You do not believe how much money we would’ve made,” he said. “And Em was like — there was so many dates at the time the way they laid it out — that he was like, ‘I just don’t want to go on tour and come back and Hailie’s grown.’”

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50 Cent’s latest comments come after he also revealed to LA radio station Real 92.3, that Eminem was working on a new album.

“He sent me a record now, he working now,” Jackson said. “He got some things man. Still the highest-selling rap artist in the world. We’re doing it now.”

Last week Eminem’s official YouTube channel inexplicably uploaded a lengthy jazz instrumental under the title ‘The Real Slim Shady’, leaving fans speculating as to what it could mean. The track was attributed to a mysterious ‘PhilipJones16’, but has since been deleted from his channel and re-uploaded elsewhere.

Post Malone also recently revealed that a planned collaboration with Eminem failed to happen on his new album ‘Hollywood’s Bleeding’ after the pair were unable to secure a time that worked for both stars.

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“What a fucking legend,” he said of Eminem. “There was a time where we were working everything out but just timing-wise, sometimes they just don’t match up at the right time. There will be a time.”

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