50 Cent's co-auther Robert Green, famous for writing the hugely popular "The 48 Laws Of Power," recently talked about working with the G-Unit general and the two-year delay of their book together called "The 50th Law." Green first talked about his initial problems with the 50 project the later confirmed a second version of their book has been written.
"He's actually very sweet," Greene described of 50 in an interview. "He's one of those guys that has no mother and is missing a mother…Whenever there's a woman in the room, he just comes alive and becomes extremely charming. So he's actually got a little soft spot there that a lot of people don't realize…He's not like a party person at all, he likes to work, work-out, so he's not what people think at all…Bob saw the original version of the book and that version ended up weaker than this one. It's hard to do the business thing with 50 because he's so exceptional. Like, what are you gonna learn about a guy from South Side Queens who then becomes a hip-hop artist…That version also had other weaknesses."