50 has gone public with his feelings for Jennifer Aniston - now she's a single woman. On new track "Good to me", 50 lists his favourite women and has a special message for the former Friends star, who split from husband Brad Pitt last month. After listing Paris Hilton, Tyra Banks and Angelina Jolie among his favourite girls, the rapper states, "Jennifer Aniston, oohhoo, I'm so glad you broke up, baby." He is on the tube this weekend, when he stops by NBC's "Saturday Night Live." The rapper is the musical guest on the late night comedy show, which airs Saturdays at 11:30 pm ET/PT. This week's host is Academy-award winning actress and 2005 Oscar nominee, Hilary Swank. He also lives in awe of the success of his mentor Eminem and likens him to tennis champion Serena Williams. Eminem has defied racial stereotype to conquer the hip-hop world, much like Williams, who became the first black player to win a grand slam tennis title in 40 years when she won the US Open in 1999. 50 Cent, whose real name is Curtis Jackson, says: "I think Em' is like Serena Williams, the tennis player. "There's no particular gender or race which is supposed to be involved in things. It's universal. Music is universal. "Em' happens to be one of the best writers I've ever come across. Not many people are as talented." 50 Cent also releases an exclusive �internet only� track �Disco Inferno� from his forthcoming long player �The Massacre� The track not only features on the album but is also on the flip side of his impending new single �Candy Shop� - due out through his own G Unit Records on the 21st March 2005. New album �The Massacre� is released on March the 8th and features the usual heavyweight Executive Producer credits from Dr Dre and Eminem. Disco Inferno� will be available through all download networks.