If there is one thing 50 Cent knows how to do better than make money, it's talk shit on Instagram.
The Internet has become commonplace entities for social media trolls in today's ultra digitally driven world. These haters inhabit nearly every surface of the online web preying in comments, slinging backhanded remarks on Twitter, and most notably consider one place to be home: Instagram. But throughout all the trolls, one reigns supreme on all platforms, especially with his celebrity status. That person is non-other than 50 Cent.
For as far back as we can remember, Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson has been both captivating audiences and terrorizing celebrities as well as unknowing Instagram users with his brash and somewhat insensitive, but always funny, rhetoric. 50 is seemingly the only person that can turn bankruptcy into a joke and stunt while doing so.
The "Ayo Technology" rapper turns up so hard with his troll posts that it's actually gotten him in trouble, both real and proverbial. Backtracking to the bankruptcy phase of 50's Instagram, when he earned himself a court order for flexing money in his photos when he claimed he was broke. A few years seemingly didn't make any difference as the rapper continues to land himself in hot water with his latest and most notable trifles stemming from a lawsuit by Photographer Christopher Pasatieri, who sued 50 for sharing photos he took of the rapper, without permission.
More than anything, 50 has proven his ability to get under the skin of anyone with his veteran trash and his numerous headlining beefs, including his exchange with Murder Inc. head honcho, Irv Gotti where 50 called him a "whore." Check the post below.
No matter the case, 50 Cent is by far one of the biggest, baddest and most entertaining trolls and believe it or not, that's worth a nod. So we've rounded up a flurry of 50's fury for this installment of an Instagram Gallery. The list is nothing short of petty and hilarious. As 50 continues to troll the web, consider this just the first gallery of many to come.
If there is one thing anyone has learned by now, it's that 50 Cent is not afraid of going after your head. When Wendy Williams told him to get his life together after he posted a photo on Instagram throwing jabs at his own son, Marquise Jackson, the rapper was quick to fire back at the talk show host. 50 publicly called her an "ugly moth********" saying her husband deserved "a side chick" for just being with her. He didn't just stop at one post, 50 then shared a pic of Wendy in comparison to a man in a lion mask saying, "Yeah bitch, you fu**ing around in the wrong section. Every time you call me, I'm a show up."
This one is simply savage.
Next on the docket is Meek Mill. The beef between the two rappers started on Instagram, of course, and was carried out for more than a year. Things started when Meek Mill re-posted this video of 50 and Tony Yayo horseplaying, with the caption, "50 dumping Yayo in the bushes." 50 Cent did not take the re-post well and commented, "that's us playing, but you do be around some ni66as I will put on their head. No bullshit." The beef soon evolved from spicy comments to a full-blown war with shots being fired from both sides.
50 being the instigator he is, took some time out of a show in Sweden in November of 2015 to publicly diss Meek. He sided with Drake saying "that "Back to Back" shit was fire" and asserting that Meek brought this on himself stating, "It was like you picking on someone in the schoolyard, and he picked on him, and the motherf***er [fought back]."
Meek then fired back at 50 on his 4/4 EP on the track "Gave Em Hope" and proceeded to call him broke. 50 retaliated with a humiliating meme of Meek that has since been deleted. The caption read, "LMAO Hey shit head, your career is over already.you better focus on getting Nikki pregnant so you can at least get child support girl. new meek emoji lol." Shortly after 50 initiated the battle of memes, all hell broke loose.
The 'shithead' remark on this one really puts the icing on the cake.
He really didn't have to son Meek like that.
The beef between James Rosemond, A.K.A. Jimmy Henchmen, and 50 Cent is one that is fueled by blood and a high profile beef from the past.
In 2007 during the height of the tension between 50 Cent and The Game, Henchmen was The Game's manager and was on the receiving end of some violence stemming from the drama. Apparently members of G-Unit, including Tony Yayo and Lodi Mack, physically assaulted Henchmen's then 14-year-old son while he was on the way to his father's office in Manhattan.
Both rappers were booked for their involvement in the assault with Yayo copping a plea deal and Lodi Mack serving two years for child endangerment and narcotics possession. Two weeks after Lodi Mack was paroled for the offence, he was murdered in the Bronx and Federal Agents believed it was Henchmen who sent the hit out for $30,000. After the initial mistrial, Henchmen was jailed in 2014 and in December of the same year, the case was overturned. Though the beef between Jimmy Henchmen and 50 Cent is deeper than rap and intertwined with murder and litigation, it's not bigger than Instagram and 50 made that apparent with this expert-level troll following his posts airing out Henchmen as an informant.
Is it really the Vodka talking? Your guess is as good as ours, nevertheless, 50 Cent has a history of attacking Diddy and his Ciroc Vodka brand.
It all started back in 2014 when 50 Cent signed a deal with Effen Vodka for an undisclosed amount and began going after Diddy and Ciroc in an attempt to dethrone the brand. In August of 2015, when Diddy was arrested at UCLA for attempting to assault one of his son's strength training coaches with a kettlebell, 50 sent shots in a video that has since been deleted. His caption said, "Yeah man, I heard Puffy went Ciroc coco on the coach with a kettle-bell!" in addition to claiming he had Puffy's bail money.
Diddy simply responded with an Instagram post wishing 50 Cent a happy birthday. He later did an interview with Breakfast Club where he got back at 50 Cent saying, "When you’re first starting out in these little companies, they don’t really have a lot of supply. So that’s with homeboy’s vodka, sometimes maybe you can only send a case." The comment was in response to 50 sending a box of Effen Vodka to the studio with a note that read, "Let's just be friends."
The two have continued to send shots back and forth, with the latest being a series of videos posted by 50 Cent going after Diddy's character. We aren't sure what Future has to do with this one, except for 50 trying to mock the Atlanta rappers sound, but it still counts as a major troll move.
This is just entirely too petty, 50 won't even let this man live, which adds to him living up to his troll name even more.
The infamous 'Money Fight' between Floyd Mayweather and Connor McGregor is definitely a highlight of 50 Cent's Instagram timeline. He proved to be one of the funniest commentators from the initial weigh-in up until the last moment when the official stopped the fight.
We all know that 50 Cent and Floyd Mayweather are the best 'frienemies' so we sort of knew that 50 would be gunning for Mayweather to get the win, but it wasn't until McGregor opened his big mouth and came for 50 at one of the initial press conferences that 50 Cent began his reign of terror on the Irish fighter.
Back in July McGregor stated that "50 Cent’s a bitch" adding that 50 and Mayweather are "two fake money bitches. He's bankrupt and you're about to be." 50 Cent responded with a post of the clip along with the caption, "ðwhat the fuck wrong wit this white boy, you fighting Floyd not me fool. LOL."
From that point on it was murder she wrote, well, murder that 50 Cent wrote but you get the gist.
He definitely proved his comedic timing to be spot on in the hours and days after the fight.
In one of his latest troll posts, 50 beats on Tyrese Gibson and his recent court dealings surrounding the custody of his 10-year-old daughter. After Tyrese shared a video to his Instagram account where he breaks down in tears since going broke due to trial costs, 50 just had to follow up trolling the Fast & Furious actor, with a short but subtle jab.
You crazy for this one, 50.
The second Gabrielle Union threw shade at 50 Cent for being the one to blame for her series Being Mary Jane getting cancelled, it was only a matter of minutes before 50 came out of his troll hole and put her in place. Posting a picture of Gabrielle to his timeline, he hit her back in his caption letting her know that "with all do respect, I have no respect."
Aside from his troll worthy shout outs to those that hold the same celebrity status as him, 50 is also well versed at trolling some of the most viral videos to hit the web of everyday citizens getting up to everyday craziness. His captions, of course, are where he shares his troll worthy commentary while the media is a re-post on any given viral video. Peep a few of these gems he's discovered and exploited accordingly.
The last post takes the cake as a physical depiction of how 50 goes after his victims. Rest in peace to all.