One person who claims he isn't intimidated by 50 Cent's totalitarian tactics is his former friend and president of G-Unit Records Sha Money XL.

Fif released a 35-minute video on his Hang w/app Monday (Aug. 24), in which he discussed everything from his new album to his recent trip to Atlanta and answered fans' questions. The video, taken while the rapper was being chauffeured around Chicago, also features him touching on the reason why his friendship ended with Sha Money.

“When the the money came, when the check came, Sha [Money XL] started going like everybody else, just started reaching in my pockets,” 50 Cent said. “Trying to get the money, as much money as they could get. He charged the most he’s every charged for a track for ‘Blood Hound’ on Get Rich or Die Tryin’. I said, ‘Cool, just give him the money.’ Then he came back around and said, ‘How do you charge for studio time?’”

Sha Money, who was recently the target of 50's jokes when he clowned him at a June 30 concert for failing to pay Bobby Shmurda's bail, has finally clapped back at the hip-hop bully. Wondering just like many fans why Fif decided to bring their old issues to the forefront, he used Twitter as his sounding board on Tuesday (Aug. 25) to respond.

“Why are we talking about me instead of good music? Where the hits at? I’ve been consistent since I left,” tweeted Sha, EVP of Urban A&R for Epic Records. “You help a n---- who was helpless and he s---s on u every chance he gets let me tell my side now. Walmart ass n---- u get what you pay for. A cheap person will do cheap things."

Beef and social media drama seems to follow Fif. He once traded blows with frenemie Floyd Mayweather and he is also currently embroiled in a public vodka war with his Effen brand going against French Montana and Diddy's for Ciroc.

Check out Sha Money XL's Twitter rant below.

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