The “Resistance,” a Christian Group, Calls on 50 Cent to Retire Because He’s a “Satanic Piece Of Filth”

by Alexis Chase
November 6, 2007

A radical Christian group is calling for 50 Cent's retirement in light of his recent SoundScan showdown with Kanye West.

According to, the Christian media watchdog group known as The Resistance are demanding that 50 put down the mic for good, since he'd previously sworn to retire from rap if Curtis failed to surpass West's Graduation in record sales.

"It is time for 50 Cent to be a man of his word, and retire," Mark Dice, spokesman for The Resistance, explained. "The world will be a better place when this Satanic piece of filth retires and stops making music."

The Resistance has also requested their supporters post comments on Fiddy's MySpace page encouraging him to retire.

While 50 Cent lost the sales battle domestically after Graduation debuted at No.1 on the Billboard 200 by moving 957,000 copies and Curtis came in at No. 2, selling 691,000 copies, 50 has since proclaimed himself a victor citing international sales.

"[My album] was No. 1 internationally the week it came out," 50 told New York's Daily News. "It was the No. 1 European album!"

Original head: "50 Cent Called On To Retire, Christian Group Calls Rapper 'Satanic Piece Of Filth'"

One Response to “The “Resistance,” a Christian Group, Calls on 50 Cent to Retire Because He’s a “Satanic Piece Of Filth””

Lyle Courtsal

Sounds real judgemental to me. It’s real easy to judge, much harder to love, especially when you already hate and condemn all kinds of people not like you. You been down there white boy? You know what’s going on? Any SWAT teams coming through your door with machine guns drawn on a false rumor?

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