50 SAID IT RIGHT: 50 Cent REACTS to Boosie Asking Why Nobody Defends Diddy

50 SAID IT RIGHT: 50 Cent REACTS to Boosie Asking Why Nobody Defends Diddy
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50 SAID IT RIGHT: 50 Cent REACTS to Boosie Asking Why Nobody Defends Diddy | HO

50 Cent went on Instagram to react to news of Boosie, asking the Internet why nobody is supporting Diddy during his investigation.

Yesterday, Boosie made a public statement questioning why none of the people who used to be around Diddy during his heyday are now coming forward to support him. He emphasized that it’s unfortunate that those who used to attend Diddy’s lavish parties and celebrate with him are nowhere to be found now that he’s facing difficulties.

Boosie clarified that he wasn’t defending Diddy but felt compelled to speak out about the situation. He expressed frustration at the lack of support for Diddy during his downfall, contrasting the celebratory atmosphere when Diddy was at the top with the silence and denial now that he’s facing challenges.

50 Cent & Boosie Are Calling Out Diddy's Friends After House Raids "Jay-Z Aint Picking Up The Phone" - YouTube

In response, 50 Cent posted a picture on Instagram combining images of Diddy and Jeffrey Epstein. In the caption, he referenced Boosie’s statement, suggesting that Diddy’s former associates are staying silent because they didn’t know he was secretly recording everything.

50 Cent alluded to reports that the federal government had recovered tapes from Diddy’s properties, alleging that Diddy had fitted his home with hidden cameras and used the footage to potentially blackmail party attendees.

The writer of the piece expresses their opinion, acknowledging the complexity of the situation. They understand why people wouldn’t want to associate themselves with Diddy given the serious allegations against him, especially considering the impact it could have on their own reputations and brands.

They argue that these allegations go beyond mere street loyalty and involve crimes that are universally condemned. Therefore, it’s unreasonable to expect unwavering support from Diddy’s former associates.

In conclusion, the writer agrees with 50 Cent’s perspective that it’s not fair to ask people to stand by Diddy given the severity of the allegations against him.

They emphasize that Diddy’s actions, if proven true, have serious implications, and it’s understandable why people would distance themselves from him.

They also point out that 50 Cent’s reference to potential blackmail tapes adds another layer of complexity to the situation, making it even more challenging for Diddy’s former associates to publicly support him.

In reaction, the ‘Power’ executive producer alluded that they can’t defend him because they weren’t aware he was recording everything. Taking to his infamous troll page on Instagram, 50 shared a picture of Jeffrey Epstein and captioned it:

 

“Boosie said where the fuck is his friends, wrthey not saying nothing because they didn’t know he was recording everything. LOL Wait till I get the tapes.”

“Nah having 50 cent as an enemy can never be good,” someone commented. “50 Cent the worst opp to have,” another person wrote. “50 BM on the tapes that he gotta see every other week when he picks up his kids, Diddy won that beef,” someone else added.

Over the weekend, Boosie was on live saying, “I ain’t hear none of them n*gas who was at Diddy’s sh*t tossing with that Champagne every year, having speeches with man.. Nobody speak up for this man.”

“When you’re on top of the world it’s a celebration. When you’re at the bottom it’s denial-ation,” the Louisiana rapper added.

READ MORE: 50 Cent Once Again Trolls Diddy, Shares Video of Puff Patting Jay-Z’s Butt During Concert

50 Cent continues to clown Diddy on social media with a video of Puff patting Jay-Z’s butt during a concert.
50 Cent Clowns Diddy With Video of Puff Patting Jay-Z’s Butt

On Monday (Nov. 27), 50 Cent hit up Instagram with the latest set of jokes in his two-week-long trolling session aimed at Diddy. Fif took the time out of his busy international touring schedule to dig up concert footage from Screamfest ’07, a 2007 summer tour 50 performed on with T.I.

In the clip below, 50 Cent is seen walking around the stage while T.I. addresses that particular evening’s special guests, Diddy and Jay-Z. As the camera pans over to Tip and Jay, Diddy, dressed in a flashy yellow jacket, reaches out and smacks Hov’s backside multiple times.

“20 machine guns, only get 10 months, Diddy in the Back, pattin on n***as butts,” 50 Cent captions the video. “Nah I ain’t wit it, I ain’t never been wit it. Barz LOL.”

T.I. Catches a Stray While 50 Cent Clowns Diddy

Jay-Z isn’t the only rapper involved in 50 Cent’s most recent shot fired at Diddy. T.I., who headlined Screamfest ’07 and appears in the clip below, also caught a stray in the process. The rhyme with which 50 captioned the butt-patting video is in reference to G-Unit’s 2008 song “You So Tough.” On the track, 50 Cent uses his lyrics to imply that Tip is a police informant.

“What’s today’s mathematics?” 50 Cent raps. “S**t ain’t addin’ up/Get knocked with 10 machine guns, only get 12 months.”

Why Is 50 Cent Going So Hard at Diddy Recently?

50 Cent has been going in on Diddy nonstop for nearly two weeks in the wake of a disturbing lawsuit brought against the Bad Boy Entertainment mogul by his former girlfriend Cassie on Nov. 16. The singer accused Diddy of years of s3xual assault and physical abuse but the lawsuit was settled out of court within 24 hours. In the days since, 50 Cent has relentlessly taunted Puff with social media posts.

Read More: Diddy Hit With Third Lawsuit by Another Victim Claiming Sexual Assault – Report

Check out 50’s IG post below to see him clown Diddy for patting Jay-Z’s rear end.

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NEW YORK, NEW YORK - APRIL 26: JAY-Z and Nas perform B-Sides 2 at Webster Hall on April 26, 2019 in New York City.

NEW YORK, NEW YORK – APRIL 26: JAY-Z and Nas perform B-Sides 2 at Webster Hall on April 26, 2019 in New York City.

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Jay-Z and Nas

Jay-Z and Nas had one of the most infamous beefs in music in the early 2000s. The beef between the two New York MCs started in 1997. On Nas’ second album, It Was Written, he has a song titled, “The Message,” in which he references the luxury car brand Lexus. Jay-Z dropped his debut album, Reasonable Doubt, in 1996, to which there were many references to the luxury car brand, too. This was taken as a shot at Jay-Z and the Brooklyn rapper responded on his song, “The City Is Mine,” claiming the title of “King of New York.”

This was just the beginning of their decades-long feud. The most disrespectful lines in their beef come from Nas in arguably the greatest rap diss, “Ether.” The Queens artist dropped the diss record in 2001.

Nas raps, “You a fan, a phony, a fake, a p****y, a stan/I’ll still whip your a*s, you 36 in a karate class?/You Tae-Bo ho, tryna work it out, you tryna get brolic?”

Good thing, their beef is no longer as the two collaborated on DJ Khaled’s “Sorry Not Sorry” in 2021.

LOS ANGELES, CA - DECEMBER 31: Chris Brown and Drake attend The Mod Sèlection Champagne New Years Party Hosted By Drake And John Terzian at Delilah on December 31, 2018 in Los Angeles, California.
LOS ANGELES, CA РDECEMBER 31: Chris Brown and Drake attend The Mod S̬lection Champagne New Years Party Hosted By Drake And John Terzian at Delilah on December 31, 2018 in Los Angeles, California.

Chris Brown and Drake

Drake and Chris Brown had a beef that lasted nearly a decade. Their issues started as a result of them both dating Rihanna. In 2012 at Club W.i.P. in New York City, after rejecting Chris Brown’s offering of champagne, Drake allegedly sent the bottles back to Brown with a note that read, “I’m f**ckin’ the love of your life.” A huge brawl at the club ensued with bottles being hurled from both sides.

Years later and their feud is officially over as the two have since collaborated on songs such as “No Guidance” and “Not You Too.”

NEW YORK - MARCH 9: (L-R) Rappers 50 Cent and The Game make an appearance at the Schomburg Center For Research in Black Culture to announce they will put their differences aside and make amends on March 9, 2005 in New York City.
NEW YORK – MARCH 9: (L-R) Rappers 50 Cent and The Game make an appearance at the Schomburg Center For Research in Black Culture to announce they will put their differences aside and make amends on March 9, 2005 in New York City.

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50 Cent and The Game

50 Cent and The Game will have beef even after both are long gone. Their disdain for one another began in 2005, as both rappers’ albums were set to drop. Originally, 50 Cent’s sophomore album, The Massacre, was going to be released before The Game’s debut album, The Documentary. But the label instead wanted to put The Game’s album out first. Ever since then, the two have been at odds.

They both have made plenty of diss records towards each other, such as “Stop Crying,” “100 Bars,” “My B***h” and “I’m Not Rich and Still Lying.” In 2005, The Game’s “300 Bars and Runnin” had lines for a few rappers, but it was ultimately aimed at 50 and G-Unit.

On the diss record, The Game raps, “How you gon’ drop Olivia? You only drop dimes/I knew you changed when you started sleeping in that vest, dawg/I don’t need 50 Cent, my n***as make collect calls/1-800-split a f****t n***a wig/He got G-Unit wings, throw ’em off the Queens bridge.”

Their beef still exists today as The Game recently shamed 50 Cent for throwing a microphone at his concert in September, which ultimately left a fan injured.

Rappers Krayzie Bone, Flesh-N-Bone, Bizzy Bone, Wish Bone and Layzie Bone of Bone Thugs-N-Harmony perform onstage during the High Hopes Concert Series produced by Bobby Dee Presents at Toyota Arena on November 19, 2022 in Ontario, California. Rapper Twista poses for photos at the drivers meeting in the Chicago Stock Exchange Trading Room at the Art Institute of Chicago prior to the NASCAR Cup Series Grant Park 220 on July 02, 2023 in Chicago, Illinois.
Rappers Krayzie Bone, Flesh-N-Bone, Bizzy Bone, Wish Bone and Layzie Bone of Bone Thugs-N-Harmony perform onstage during the High Hopes Concert Series produced by Bobby Dee Presents at Toyota Arena on November 19, 2022 in Ontario, California. Rapper Twista poses for photos at the drivers meeting in the Chicago Stock Exchange Trading Room at the Art Institute of Chicago prior to the NASCAR Cup Series Grant Park 220 on July 02, 2023 in Chicago, Illinois.

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Bone Thugs-N-Harmony and Twista

In the 1990s, Twista and Bone Thugs-N-Harmony went at it over both parties accusing the other of stealing their style. They released diss tracks aimed at each other. Twista called out the Cleveland-based group on record. In 1998, the Chicago rapper released the diss track “Crook County.”

Twista raps, “You can keep the apology, you done tried to dishonor me/Kill the Hoes of the Harmony/Just when you thought it was safe/The Bone n***as ’bout to get slaughtered and raped/I can slow down and audit the tape/Y’all bigger than all y’all who thought it was fake/Now watch four-fee’s on the stage, bleed from the braids/Die on the first on the month, cause it’s worse than the blunt/Why would you compete to be doomed, now you gon’ see Eazy-E soon.”

Twista and Bone Thugs-N-Harmony ended their feud in 2005, after collaborating on the song “Spit Your Game” for The Notorious B.I.G.’s second posthumous album, Duets: The Final Chapter.

US rapper Ice Cube performs during the Hip Hop 50 Live concert, marking the 50th anniversary of the birth of hip hop, at Yankee Stadium in the Bronx borough of New York City on August 11, 2023. N.W.A album straight outta compton
US rapper Ice Cube performs during the Hip Hop 50 Live concert, marking the 50th anniversary of the birth of hip hop, at Yankee Stadium in the Bronx borough of New York City on August 11, 2023. N.W.A album straight outta compton

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Ice Cube and N.W.A

Although Eazy-E was the star, Ice Cube was the lyrical force for N.W.A. Unfortunately, Ice Cube left the group after he wasn’t being fairly compensated for his work since he did write a majority of the lyrics. This began a beef between the group and Ice Cube. The latter unleashed the diss track “No Vaseline” on N.W.A in 1991.

He had many lines, but a few stood out. “Throw a house n***a in a ditch/Half pint b***h, f**king your homeboys, you little maggot/Eazy-E turned f****t/With your manager, fella/F**king MC Ren, Dr. Dre and Yella/But if they were smart as me/Eazy-E would be hanging from a tree/With no Vaseline/Just a match and a little bit of gasoline/Light ’em up, burn ’em up, flame on/’Til that Jheri curl is gone.”

The beef didn’t last too long as the two ended their feud in 1995.

50 Cent performs during 50 Cent: The Final Lap Tour at Cellairis Amphitheatre at Lakewood on August 17, 2023 in Atlanta, Georgia. Ja Rule attends Josh McBride's birthday celebration at Somewhere Nowhere NYC on September 07, 2023 in New York City.
50 Cent performs during 50 Cent: The Final Lap Tour at Cellairis Amphitheatre at Lakewood on August 17, 2023 in Atlanta, Georgia. Ja Rule attends Josh McBride’s birthday celebration at Somewhere Nowhere NYC on September 07, 2023 in New York City.

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50 Cent and Ja Rule

50 Cent and Ja Rule are still not on good terms. The two New York natives have beef that stems past music. Their issues started in the late 1990s, as Ja Rule was a part of notorious kingpin Supreme’s crew. Supreme wanted 50 Cent dead and put a hit out on him. Since Ja Rule was a part of that crew, 50 will never mend this relationship.

50 has been known to be disrespectful, but his intro to “I Smell P***y” takes the cake. The Queens rapper dropped the diss record aimed at Ja Rule and Murder Inc. in 2003.

50 says, “[*Sniff sniff*] Son, you smell that? What’s that? I smell p***y! (Is that you, Irv?) I smell p***y! (Is that you, Ja?) I smell p***y! (Is that you, Black?) I smell p***y! (Is that you, Tah?)Y’all n****s is p***y! I’m balling out n***a now watch me (watch me)/Ain’t nothing you can do to stop me (stop me)/Y’all n****s get so emotional (emotional) You remind me of.”

Their beef still continues today. Recently, 50 Cent called Ja Rule a “d**khead” after Ja tied himself to a cross during a performance stunt in September. Ja Rule responded by posting 50 Cent’s legal troubles after throwing a microphone at his concert which led to a fan being injured.

NEW YORK, NEW YORK - AUGUST 30: Pusha T attends day three of the 2023 US Open at Arthur Ashe Stadium at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center on August 30, 2023 in the Flushing neighborhood of the Queens borough of New York City. ATLANTA, GA - DECEMBER 9: Rapper Drake performs onstage during
NEW YORK, NEW YORK – AUGUST 30: Pusha T attends day three of the 2023 US Open at Arthur Ashe Stadium at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center on August 30, 2023 in the Flushing neighborhood of the Queens borough of New York City. ATLANTA, GA – DECEMBER 9: Rapper Drake performs onstage during “Lil Baby & Friends Birthday Celebration Concert” at State Farm Arena on December 9, 2022 in Atlanta, Georgia.

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Pusha T and Drake

The Drake and Pusha T beef stems from a whole other feud. It started in 2006, between Lil Wayne and the Clipse. The two sides were feuding over who wore Bathing Ape clothing first. Since Drake signed to Lil Wayne, he was automatically placed in the fire. Now, it’s the Drake and Pusha T beef, and it doesn’t look like the two will make amends anytime soon.

You can’t blame Drake after Pusha T’s response to his “Duppy” freestyle in 2018. Pusha T spoke about Drake’s son, Adonis, on “The Story of Adidon.”

Pusha raps, “Sophie knows better as your baby mother/Cleaned her up for IG, but the stench is on her/A baby’s involved, it’s deeper than rap/We talkin’ character, let me keep with the facts/You are hiding a child, let that boy come home/Deadbeat muthaf**ka playin’ border patrol, ooh/Adonis is your son/And he deserves more than an Adidas press run; that’s real/Love that baby, respect that girl/Forget she’s a porn star, let her be your world, yuugh!”

Tupac Shakur attends KMEL Summer Jam at Shoreline Amphitheatre on August 1, 1992 in Mountain View California. Rapper Notorious B.I.G. AKA Biggie Smalls (Christopher Wallace) receives Billboard Music Award on December 6, 1995 at The Coliseum in New York City, New York.
Tupac Shakur attends KMEL Summer Jam at Shoreline Amphitheatre on August 1, 1992 in Mountain View California. Rapper Notorious B.I.G. AKA Biggie Smalls (Christopher Wallace) receives Billboard Music Award on December 6, 1995 at The Coliseum in New York City, New York.

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Tupac Shakur and The Notorious B.I.G.

The East Coast-West Coast beef with Tupac Shakur and The Notorious B.I.G. may be the biggest example of rappers at odds in music. Though they started out as friends, the two MCs became enemies after Shakur was shot in New York. In 1994, Tupac was headed to a recording session at Quad Studios when he was ambushed, robbed and shot.

The Death Row rapper claimed that Bad Boy, mainly Biggie and Diddy, were behind the attack. This gave Tupac the fuel to go after the East Coast. He had plenty to say about Biggie on his 1996 diss track, “Hit ’Em Up.”

He raps, “First off, f**k yo’ b***h and the clique you claim/Westside when we ride, come equipped with game/You claim to be a player, but I f**ked your wife/We bust on Bad Boys, n***as f**ked for life.”

 LAS VEGAS, NEVADA - MAY 06: Lil' Kim during the Lovers & Friends music festival at the Las Vegas Festival Grounds on May 06, 2023 in Las Vegas, Nevada. NEW YORK, NY - FEBRUARY 12: Rapper Foxy Brown is seen outside FENTY PUMA by Rihanna AW16 Collection fashion show during Fall 2016 New York Fashion Week on February 12, 2016 in New York City.
LAS VEGAS, NEVADA – MAY 06: Lil’ Kim during the Lovers & Friends music festival at the Las Vegas Festival Grounds on May 06, 2023 in Las Vegas, Nevada. NEW YORK, NY – FEBRUARY 12: Rapper Foxy Brown is seen outside FENTY PUMA by Rihanna AW16 Collection fashion show during Fall 2016 New York Fashion Week on February 12, 2016 in New York City.

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Lil’ Kim and Foxy Brown

Lil’ Kim and Foxy Brown still don’t acknowledge each other to this day. Once friends, the two ladies started to became enemies in the public eye. In 2000, Kim had a few shots for Foxy on the song “The Notorious K.I.M.”

She raps, “Girls say they different but uh, see in all actuality, they wanna be me/This chick running around with this stink a*s gap/And them fake a*s raps having panic attacks/You ain’t a star/And your record company know that/How you make all this money, get this far and blow it/I’m a businesswoman now so I’m not concerned/I’d bet on Lil’ Cease before you and your Firm.”

 NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA - JULY 01: Rapper Gucci Mane performs onstage during night 2 of the 2023 ESSENCE Festival Of Culture™ at Caesars Superdome on July 01, 2023 in New Orleans, Louisiana. Jeezy at the BET Awards 2023 held at Microsoft Theater on June 25, 2023 in Los Angeles, California.
NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA – JULY 01: Rapper Gucci Mane performs onstage during night 2 of the 2023 ESSENCE Festival Of Culture™ at Caesars Superdome on July 01, 2023 in New Orleans, Louisiana. Jeezy at the BET Awards 2023 held at Microsoft Theater on June 25, 2023 in Los Angeles, California.

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Gucci Mane and Jeezy

The Gucci Mane and Jeezy beef is one of the most infamous beefs in hip- hop history. It started in 2005, after they collaborated for the hit record “So Icy.” Jeezy thought the song was going to be on his debut album, Let’s Get It: Thug Motivation 101, but the track appeared on Gucci’s album, Trap House, first.

To top it all off, Jeezy claims he was never paid for the record. One of Jeezy’s associates, Pookie Loc, even attempted to kill Gucci, but Guwop shot and killed Pookie first. The attempted hit was allegedly prompted by Jeezy in 2005.

Jeezy started the beef by releasing “Stay Strapped,” aimed at Gucci Mane months later. He raps, “I got a bounty on that s**t, n***a/10 stacks/So, if he come to your town, and you just happen to snatch that muthaf**ka off his neck, I’m gonna shoot you the 10-stack, man/So I can cremate that muthaf**ka.”

Thankfully, in 2020, Gucci Mane and Jeezy competed in a Verzuz battle, which helped put to bed any ill feelings the two had. Although, things got heated during the song competition, the beef is officially over.

Rappers Havoc and Prodigy from the group Mobb Deep make an appearance on MTV 2 Presents Sucker Free Week on April 6, 2006 in New York City.
Rappers Havoc and Prodigy from the group Mobb Deep make an appearance on MTV 2 Presents Sucker Free Week on April 6, 2006 in New York City.

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