50 Cent has found his latest target in Diddy, following the mogul's decision to recruit Fif's nemesis Rick Ross for his new group, The Dream Team. The Queens rapper is pulling out all the stops on Diddy, first ridiculing his decision to work with the Teflon Don, and now zeroing in on his supposed exploitation of the late Notorious B.I.G.

The G-Unit CEO has issued a Twitter petition via the site Boo Boo TV, asking fans to stop Diddy from reportedly using B.I.G. as a profit machine. 50's Twit-ition, titled 'R.I.P. B.I.G. -- Stop @iamDiddy' is as follows: "Enough is enough, Biggie's name should never have become Diddy's Black Card. Just check out his latest video 'The Ghost of Christopher Wallace.' Let Diddy know to let B.I.G. rest in peace. When was the last time Diddy really was 'biggin up his brother,' not biggin up his bank?"

50 first threw shots at Diddy back on the 2006 mixtape 'Hip Hop' where he accused him of being too scared to do anything about Biggie's killer, and more recently he attacked Diddy for comparing Rick Ross to the legendary Brooklyn rapper. Thus far, Diddy has issued no response to 50's latest provocation, but the Twit-ition has accumulated just under 700 signatures.