Bizarre recently sat down for an interview of Math Hoffa’s podcast, where he detailed how Suge Knight intimidated 50 Cent on the set of the “In Da Club” music video set. 

Bizarre started off explaining how things changed for Shady/Aftermath when 50 Cent signed to the label in 2002, as he stated:

“Sh*t definitely changed like how we was moving. We was in some sh*t. We had to roll out the military you know what I’m saying. Bulletproof vests, bulletproof cars. You know we didn’t really have to worry about that before him.”