50 Cent Video Rejected By MTV

50 Cent Video Rejected By MTV

With the release of his latest studio album Curtis just around the corner, 50 Cent has seemingly run into a road block as his new video has reportedly been rejected by MTV.

According to radio personality Miss Info's blog, the clip for 50's single "Amusement Park," which was scheduled to premiere on MTV on May 16, has been rejected by the network. As a result the G-Unit boss is considering replacing the video with one for the song "Straight To The Bank."

As of press time, no official reason has been stated for the network's displeasure with the video yet there is some speculation that the song's sexually charged lyrics may have something to do with the network pulling the plug on the video.

This is not the first bit of controversy concerning the record. The song's track was apparently also used for a Jim Jones freestyle that was featured previously on a DJ Drama mixtape.

The album, which was originally titled Curtis S.S.K. (SoundScan Killer), is set to hit shelves on June 26 and will feature production by Dr. Dre, Eminem, Havoc (Mobb Deep) and Timbaland, with guest spots from Akon, Mary J. Blige, Robin Thicke, Justin Timberlake and Nicole Scherzinger of the Pussycat Dolls.

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