50 Cent Thinks Diddy’s Brand Won’t Be Affected By Controversy: ‘He Has F–k You Money’

If anyone enjoys kicking someone while they’re down, it’s 50 Cent. This past Sunday (Dec. 4), 50 continued his onslaught of Diddy when he posted a photo merging the faces of the shamed Bad Boy legend and the disgraced R&B singer R. Kelly. 

50 Cent attends the “Power Book III: Raising Kanan” New York Premiere at Hammerstein Ballroom on July 15, 2021 in New York City.Theo Wargo/Getty Images

Soundtracking Kelly’s 1998 song “Did You Ever Think,” 50 succinctly captioned the post as “Diddy do it,” before later diving into this thoughts on Diddy’s brand. “No, he will be fine,” 50 said on Instagram when responding to a question the New York Times posed about Diddy’s potential demise of Diddy’s businesses. “He has so much money, when his corporate partners pull out, he will just reach in his pockets and make it happen. You saw how fast he paid Cassie. He’s a real Billionaire. He has f–k you money, guys. So f–k you!”

Last month, Diddy was on the opposing end of three sexual assault lawsuits, including one from his ex-girlfriend Cassie. Her lawsuit was settled within 24 hours for an undisclosed amount. The other two cases stem from accusations dating back to the ’90s. 

Last Friday (Dec. 1), 50 teased the idea of possibly putting together a documentary highlighting Diddy’s recent turmoil. “I thought Diddy was a Billionaire music mogul, If he’s smart he will file bankruptcy now,” 50 said in response to a Page Six story about his possible involvement in putting together a show. “Anyone with real money knows why I’m saying this. Im the best producer for the job guys. here come the receipts.”

Fifty’s TV background is formidable, as proven by the success of his Power franchise, Hip-Hop Homicides, and BMF. 

Billboard reached out to 50’s reps for comment. Check out 50’s posts below. 

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