Hot-tempered rapper 50 Cent regularly attends anger management classes in a bid to curb his fury.
The In Da Club hitmaker publicly admitted to struggling with "anger issues" on Wednesday (03Oct12) when he opened up about what inspired him to end his long-running feud with rap rival Fat Joe last weekend (29Sep12).
He even confessed his lack of control over his emotions could have caused their eight-year war of words to end in tragedy, writing on his Twitter.com blog: "Me and @Fatjoe did something that never happens in hip hop... I have anger issues @Fatjoe has a lot of pride. We have money, we have influence. This combination could bring out the body bags."
But 50 Cent is learning not to let his emotions cloud his judgement.
After engaging in a few Twitter spats with followers on Thursday (04Oct12), he let slip he's undergoing therapy to deal with his problems when one detractor told him: "U need anger management 50 u no angel (sic)".
Responding to the barb, he wrote, "I already go."
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