In the previous couple of days, it is damaged out that Tekashi 6ix9ine surrounded himself with some fairly dangerous individuals. While he could have had a hand in just a few the crimes that his Tr3yway associates undertook, it seems as if Shotti and Mel Murda organized many the shootings we heard about pertaining to the rapper. Many his music video shoots fell sufferer to gunfire because the “Get The Strap” shooter by no means ended up being discovered. Thanks to a wiretapped cellphone name between Murda and an unnamed gang member, it is now fairly clear that 6ix9ine’s individuals had a hand in it.
Yesterday, a name surfaced that had Shotti and Mel Murda suggesting they’d shoot Tekashi. Now, The Blast has obtained a brand new transcript that references the taking pictures at 50 Cent and 6ix9ine’s music video session. During the decision, Murda speaks concerning the taking pictures on August 14, saying that his homie “flipped the clip on the video shoot.” Police have been by no means in a position to observe down who was accountable however now, that reality appears to be fairly obvious.
6ix9ine is at the moment being held at a brand new jail facility after his life was threatened by members each the Bloods and the Crips. His trial is about for September subsequent yr.
Now that Ja Rule has taken his ball and gone dwelling, 50 Cent must discover a new sparring companion to maintain him busy. Though Fif and Ja have a tumultuous historical past, spanning almost twenty years, it might seem private connection just isn’t a prerequisite. 50 has beforehand taken the piss outta former Aftermath labelmate Busta Rhymes, seemingly out nowhere. To make certain, 50’s trolling was cruel, with “pretend nudes,” neck-slander, and straw associated innuendo. Busta clapped again, a born competitor, although he appeared noncommittal to the trigger regardless of 50’s persistent goading. Now, it might seem that 50 is again on his BS, trying to fill the Ja Rule-sized gap in his coronary heart.
“This was God sending @bustarhymes a message,” write 50, alongside a picture a bloody Bus-a-Bus. “I believe he needs him to decelerate on the ingesting. You can’t drink and shake your head that quick man.” Ah sure, the traditional “passive aggressive recommendation” tactic. Will Busta take the bait? Or will 50 be compelled to unblock Ja Rule and resume the battle, realizing that Batman can solely have one Joker in his life?
50 Cent took issues to an extremely merciless place when he bought over 200 tickets to a Ja Rule live performance simply to rid the venue would-be concert-goers. The void within the crowd was truly fairly obvious, and social media was fast to make mild the scenario.
About a month in the past, Ja Rule insisted that bygones be bygones, however as , 50 refused to drop the mallet.
To add insult to harm, 50 Cent is berating previous the purpose the preliminary joke. Despite the actual fact it has been onerous to maintain observe each retort and its significance within the grand scheme issues, it might seem Ja Rule is now additionally on the fensive.
He issued the next homophobic posts on social media, the primary which photoshops 50 Cent in drag with a tagline that reads: “This look suits you Ol hoe ass n***a.”
The subsequent put up repurposes a picture 50 Cent and Young Buck posing for a photograph with an individual in drag. Ja Rule provides visible props to promote his joke: a dildo in 50 Cent’s shoulder holster and a strap-on positioned on Young Buck’s groin. The expression “Get The Strap” could possibly be on its final legs
At first look, it appeared as if 50 Cent was intent on burning yet one more bridge in his armoire, however that is all half the facade that’s social media. He and director Eif Rivera engaged in a mock-argument going down throughout two completely different social media platforms. Eif Rivera recommended that he was being proven the brief finish the stick after making sizeable contributions to the Power model.
50 Cent then uploaded an Instagram submit through which he instructed safety on the set to not let Eif previous a checkpoint, with the danger a strap being produced, as evidenced by the Smith & Wesson handgun pictured within the submit.
The facade their feud was then lifted as soon as Eif Rivera uploaded a photograph him assistant the manufacturing crew on set, behind 50 Cent’s directorial debut, which he claims to be the start many wondrous issues to return for the rapper turned cinephile. Eif Rivera is a revered director, editor, and 3D graphic artist within the realm hip-hop. He was as soon as described by Busta Rhymes as “the brand new Hype Williams.” Rivera’s most up-to-date contribution to the artwork kind was as the primary director Cardi B’s “I Like It” music video, and earlier than that on DJ Khaled’s “I am The One.”
Over the previous few months, 50 Cent’s been engulfed in a authorized battle with HipHopDX. The two them settled half their authorized drama when Fif accepted a $20Okay fee after he sued them for utilizing his image with permission. Now, 50 Cent and HipHopDX have settled the defamation half the case and Fif has come on high, as soon as once more, in keeping with The Blast. DX’s guardian firm, Cheri Media, dismissed their go well with in opposition to the rapper.
50 Cent initially sued HipHopDX for utilizing his image which prompted the web site to countersue on defamation claims. They mentioned that 50 Cent ruined their fame by dubbing them “pretend information” after they wrote an article doubting that he truly landed a $1M cope with Bellator for “Get The Strap” which finally proved to be true.
During the authorized battle, Fif mentioned that the web site was threatening his freedom speech and known as the go well with “an affront to the elemental protections to free speech by the First Amendment the U.S. Constitution.”
He added that’s the defamation case continues, it is going to “open a floodgate defamation fits by information organizations in opposition to the very topics their information experiences for merely criticizing or refuting the experiences as ‘pretend information.’”
50 Cent’s $1M cope with Bellator for “Get The Strap” was confirmed in late September. The rapper signed a partnership and licensing deal which incorporates clothes with Fif’s slogan throughout it.
Legend or up-and-comer, 50 Cent doesn’t discriminate the place trolling is anxious. The iconic rapper has been deep within the midst a back-and-forth with Busta Rhymes, which discovered neck slander and “pretend nudes” being circulated like peddled smut. While a latest 6ix9ine-related diversion caught the majority Fif’s consideration, he has since set his sights on Busta Rhymes, this time taking purpose at his straw-drinking habits. While maybe a wierd factor to focus on, 50 has managed to dedicate not one, however two posts, to his ignoble trigger.
The first is a mere screencap, depicting Busta opening his mouth large to obtain a ingesting straw. The second is video footage the incident, which finds Busta going full on “Dungeon Dragon” to maximise his ingesting expertise. Admittedly, the video is amusing, particularly given the comparatively slender measurement the straw. Clearly, 50 is making some refined insinuations about Busta’s mouth sport, although some issues are higher left unsaid. Or maybe, unseen.
There are ranges to the feud between Chief Keef and 6ix9ine. Though it had appeared to achieve a fruits, Tekashi continues to be poking enjoyable on the Chicago rapper on his socials. In case you missed it, Tek is now not claiming New York as he is restructured his royal title to turn out to be the “King Europe.” As he parades across the continent, he is been making skit movies to troll his “father” 50 Cent. The two are clearly shut and contemplating they undertake the identical techniques when feuding with others, it solely is sensible that they declare one another as household. Much like Fiddy would do, Tekashi heard the tried theft at Chief Keef’s house final evening and responded to the information by trolling on Instagram.
Tekashi’s wild antics have undoubtedly helped his model and with him effectively on the best way in direction of going 10/10 on the Billboard charts, he selected to poke enjoyable at Keef’s troubles. Reposting one the reviews, 6ix9ine fully ignored the subject at hand, asking as an alternative if anyone knew any good films on Netflix. Clearly, he is disinterested. The rainbow-haired one even used 50 Cent’s well-known catchphrase to shut out his put up, hashtagging “Get The Strap” as he presumably signed into his film streaming account.
We reported this morning that Chief Keef’s house was damaged into final evening and though gunfire was heard, no one has been reported to be injured. Two males are presently dealing with weapons and housebreaking prices whereas a 3rd received away.
50 Cent ten uses his social media platforms to comment on hot topics or troll his haters. When he isn’t up to those kinds antics, his following can ten catch the rapper flexing.
His latest post depicts the entertainer as a boss. Fifty uploaded a photoset himself posing on a jet landing in black and white gear, mixing casual style with affluent taste. His caption isn’t about his next destination. It reflects the bigger picture instead: the entrepreneur was on, has been on and will always be on.
He doesn’t specify who “they” are, but he might be referring to those who bashed his last single. After a hiatus spent away from the production original music for his personal projects, the rap veteran came through with “Get The Strap.” Some fans were second-guessing his choice collaborators.
Either way, there is no doubt the dude is doing well for himself. At this point, he’s more than a triple-threat.
It’s comforting to know that there are some things we can count on no matter what. The sun sets at night and rises in the morning. The tide goes out and comes back in. Floyd Mayweather says or does any little thing and 50 Cent is there to mock him, call him illiterate and punctuate with his go-to “get the strap.”
The latest in the long series these “trigger fingers turn to twitter fingers” chapters comes after the announcement that Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao will have a rematch. For those who thought the fight wouldn’t happen, the payout for the two boxers (win or lose) is too big to pass up (Mayweather earned around $250 million for the last one). The size the paycheck, which to most would seem like a fact worthy congratulations and awe, served as fodder for 50 Cent’s trash talk.
The actor/rapper reposted the video that Mayweather himself had uploaded yesterday, which shows him and Pacquiao trading (verbal) jabs and settling on December as the month for their next “nine figure” payday. In his post, 50 Cent makes fun Floyd for already going through the money he made on the last fight (that $18 million watch might have had something to do with it), saying “We been Knew you finished that money Champ. We can tell when you start doing club visits but l will be tuned in in Dec.” For context, Mayweather seems to be doing a club visit in the video, watch it below:
T.I. is a true proponent political awareness within the community. He shares his opinion on social issues unabashedly and does so quite consistently social media when he is not making moves on the field.
His latest concern relates to Trayvon Martin’s killer, George Zimmerman. The man who avoided jail time for his crime, due to Florida’s stand your ground laws amongst other factors, appears to have quite the fan base. T.I. brings this fact to the attention his following with his latest post.
The meme in question includes a montage photos Zimmerman signing a Confederate flag along with one a signed pack skittles, the type candy Trayvon had purchased before being gunned down. The post reads as follows:
T.I. added his intent behind his sharing the meme in his caption. It can be interpreted as his fering a new perspective to those who are already planning to do some damage within their own communities.
50 Cent always has enough time to stir the pot on Instagram. The rapper’s Instagram feed is a constant source entertainment, especially when big news breaks in hip-hop. Earlier today, Eminem released his long-awaited diss tracks towards Machine Gun Kelly, “Killshot.” Within minutes, everyone shared the reactions to the song. Now, 50 Cent has chimed in on the beef.
50 Cent knew this would happen to Machine Gun Kelly. After Eminem released his latest track, “Killshot,” 50 Cent hopped on the ‘Gram to share the cover art the photo.
“Don’t act like you didn’t know this would happen 🤭oh my what have you got your self into. 🤨get the strap,” he captioned the photo.
Eminem helped put 50 Cent in the rap game so it’s not surprising that he’s riding for his man. Earlier this week, 50 Cent clowned Joe Budden for saying that he’s been a better rapper than Eminem this past decade. 50 Cent wasn’t having it and meme’d the podcast host and said, “Get the fuck outta here joe butt head, we ain’t trying to hear that bullshit you kicking fool.”
Not everyone’s reaction to Eminem’s diss track has been positive, though. Jay Electronic took issue with some the things Em said on the record. Particularly, the bar where Eminem alleges that Diddy has some sort role in the murder 2Pac. Electronica told Em to “tread carefully” before he tears Em’s “ivory tower down like Sulaiman done the Templar Knights.”
TMZ caught up with Saul Canelo Alvarez for a translated interview in light his rematch with Gennady Golovkin on Saturday. Their first encounter is shrouded in controversy. The panel ringside judges scored the fight a draw, even though “GGG” looked the more active the two fighters by a long yard. Even so, Canelo told TMZ that his aim is to put Gennady Golovkin on the canvas within the first round action: “Without a doubt, I’ll be going in there to knock him out, that’s what I’ve worked for,” he conveyed through a translator.
The controversy didn’t die down with the disputed decision — the original date for rematch had to be reworked because Saul failed a PED test, his reasoning: it must have passed through his system courtesy tainted meat he’d eaten in his native Mexico. Barring any “backroom politics,” the rematch set for this Saturday (September 16th) is being billed as more than a unification fight for all the Middleweight straps, but as the deciding vote in choosing the number one spot on the Pound for Pound list, regardless division.
If successful, Golovkin will have defended his Middleweight crown an astounding 21 times without incurring a loss. Be sure to watch the fight, it might be one for the ages.
Though Busta Rhymes once famously prompted fans to break their necks in unison, 50 Cent feels as if Busta would prove incapable taking his own advice. In what might be the first instance neck-related hip-hop beef, 50 Cent and Busta Rhymes found themselves locking horns, exchanging some juvenile yet undeniably amusing Instagram photos. After setting it f yesterday (and swiftly deleting the posts), Busta Rhymes counterattacked by poking fun at 50’s blue on blue Esco look. Now, 50 has come through with the onslaught, turning his Instagram homepage into a veritable Busta shrine.
Doubling down on Busta’s neck girth, 50 passively aggressively marvels at the sheer strength. “@bustarhymes is mad at me because l said he has the strongest neck inhip hop,” he writes, “but he got the strongest neckl ever seen.” He proceeds to use a licensed photo Busta mid-performance, in what seems to be a jab at the legendary rapper’s physique. “So here’s a pic @bustarhymes out preforming me,” writes 50.
It’s sad to see the former Aftermath labelmates butting necks like this, but such is the rap game. Shout out to Busta and 50 Cent, who previously collaborated as a united front on the Murda Inc diss “Hail Mary.”
50 Cent has been getting clowned online since linking up with Tekashi 6ix9ine. The announcement their collaboration prompted parts Fifty’s following to question the rap veteran’s credibility. Others kept it light and reacted with humor.
A photoshopped picture 50 Cent surfaced online last week. The rapper popped f on his Instagram when he got hold the image. This week, the upsetting picture has been made into a mural. The painted wall seems to have been erected by a social media user named @lushsux.
The artist posted the reference photo online only 5 days ago with a caption that simply asked, “wall?” Apparently, it took him less than a week to spot his location, get the job done and enrage/discourage 50 Cent.
The rapper shared a video clip the image with a caption that expresses his current feelings towards this chapter trolling. And this time, he remembered to add his slogan into the mix.
Both 50 Cent and Tekashi are known on social media for their trolling skills. We’ll see if @lushsux earned himself a rebuttal with this work art. The mural artist already has his own plans.
50 Cent’s latest drop was surrounded by major buzz. People were anticipating the release with fervor and the discussion kept going once “Get The Strap” finally dropped. Apparently, despite the tracks obvious hype and mainstream appeal, it failed to earn its spot on television. The music video, which features collaborators Tekashi 6ix9ine, Uncle Murda, and Casanova 2x, was left out the broadcasting loop.
Fifty addressed the situation today, in celebration 12 million streams on the music video. According to the rap vet, major television networks missed out on the success “Get The Strap.” For example, BET had asked for multiple modifications to be made before they would air the clip. The entrepreneur makes it clear that he only moves according to his own standards.
The entertainer doesn’t need the extra promotion from networks like BET anyway. He has enough clout to make things happen on his own. “Get The Strap” was even debuted during an episode his hit television show, Power. This is how a boss plays cards.