Chili, you’re a force to be reckoned with! On Friday, 50 Cent turned to Instagram to throw some shade at The Game.
At a recent Los Angeles Lakers game, Fif tweeted a video of his longstanding opponent being inexplicably disregarded by Interscope Records co-founder Jimmy Lovine.
50 captioned, “LOL The man didn’t even look at him.” The songs “Get this person out of here 50” and “Get this guy out of here 50″ were written by 50. @bransoncognac @lecheminduroi LMFAO.”
This is in response to Wack 100’s recent statements about Clubhouse. Wack 100, The Game’s manager, claimed that The Game ghostwrote the 1950s song “What Up Gangsta?”
The Game, on the other hand, wasn’t having it and said the following in a now-deleted comment:
Game replied, “N*gga, I ain’t even seen Mr. Burns.” And n*gga, if you’re the one who wrote my records, write you one today and publish it!!!
Your rap career ended when you wore those loli pop strap tank tops… You’re an actress, so that’s why you went to television… Give us season 2 of that Tommy nonsense and leave the rapping to the n*gga n*gga n*gga…
After that, the game decided to take things a step further. He posted his own post, mocking Fif for refusing to participate in the Verzuz combat and even slamming 50’s girlfriend, Cuban Link, for allegedly hopping into his DMs.
Pay attention to @therealswizzz and @timbaland. He captioned a shot of 50 Cent’s head on a roasted chicken, “Asap & quit runnin from this verzuz.”
Oh, and tell your chick to stay out of my direct messages… if she doesn’t want her spouse to be obese as f**k and hanging upside down at the Super Bowl like a rotisserie chicken.