50 Cent has become the most legendary troll online. In his spare time between making music, producing Power and other shows, and being a mogul in
50 Cent has become the most legendary troll online. In his spare time between making music, producing Power and other shows, and being a mogul in all regards, he enjoys stirring up some controversy. Fiddy’s penchant for taking jabs at people dates back to the beginning of his career, where songs like “How to Rob” rubbed half of the hip-hop game the wrong way.
After Ashanti only sold 24 tickets for a poorly promoted last minute concert, 50 Cent did what he does best. The G-Unit frontman trolled the Murder Inc. singer, writing, “Do Basement parties then it can still feel like it’s lit” on a post about the cancelation. Fif’ deleted the post, but a clap back might be in the works after Ashanti took shots at the rapper for his remarks.
TMZ caught up with Ashanti on Thursday at LAX, and asked her how she felt about Fif’ taking shots at her. “Officer Curtis better cut it out,” she responded, clearly referencing the alleged snitching past of the rapper. After Ashanti reiterates that bad promotion and an apology from the school should explain the situation, the reporter asks if she thinks 50 is a bully. “Curtis is definitely a bully,” she concluded.