Rick Ross Calls Out 50 Cent for Being a ‘Donkey,’ Selling T-Shirts in His Likeness
The Get Rich or Die Tryin' creator went to Instagram to post a photo of a shirt that mimics Ross' overweight stature. And on top of that, he's selling it for a very low price.
"Lmao I ain't have nothing to do so, #EFFENVODKA #FRIGO #SMSAUDIO #nomorepuffyjuice #nobumjuice over here. I'm selling these for $2.95," wrote Fif in the caption of the photo showing Ross' tattoo-covered chest on a shirt.
But Ross, who's lost over a 100 pounds in the past year, was quick to retort with a jab about the G-Unit leader's finances.
"Forced into #BANKRUPTCY now the Donkey @50cent WORKING 4 #MMG Merch co. selling T's for 2.95 on the #BLACKMARKET haaa!" wrote The Boss. Afterwards, the "Hustlin" rapper must have still felt like stunting on Fif since he posted a photo in some flashy jewelry. "Still #RICHFOREVER," reads the caption.
50 Cent has definitely been in peak troll mode this week. On Diddy's birthday (Nov. 4), he posted a photo of the MMM creator in some candid and semi-suggestive poses with another man to imply that the Bad Boy leader is gay. While saying someone is gay isn't an insult, Fif obviously thinks otherwise as he used the hashtag "#nomorepuffyjuice."
The recent insults are likely a subsequent move after 50 Cent posed with Jonathan, a guy who claimed he was kidnapped and beat up by Ross and his bodyguard, Nadrian Lateef James. The Power producer is also known for using beefs to fuel his career. Instagram tiffs with French Montana and Diddy in August while promoting his Effen Vodka are just a few.
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