New York rapper 50 Cent knows the Internet remains undefeated. The hip-hop veteran has lit up social media with a hilarious photoshopped pic of himself looking like Texas rap artist Post Malone.
On Wednesday, Curtis Jackson shared a must-see look. Fif released a shot of himself edited with Malone’s facial features and also announced he’s turning off his Instagram comments.
“Y’all trying to f*ck me over, Y’all all tryin to f*ck me over. 🤨i’m turning my comments off there’s too many fake pages follow me on Twitter. #abcforlife #starz #BMF” -50 Cent’s Instagram
On Tuesday, Fif surprised his fans with a new music video. The clip features both 50 and Post Malone clocking in some serious bromance bonding and serves as a much-needed video from their 2015 “Tryna F*ck Me Over” collaboration.
In December of 2015, 50 Cent dropped The Kanan Tape to a good reception. It boasted guest appearances from Post Malone, Chris Brown, Boosie Badazz and Young Buck. Over four years later, 50 has decided to drop a visual for his collab with Posty, ‘Tryna F*ck Me Over’. It was one of our favourite songs on the tape so… better late than never! (Hip Hop N More)
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50 Cent made sure to plug his new visual. The rap heavyweight went online to promote the video to his 25.5 million Instagram followers.
“🔥🔥yo I forgot to put this out 30 Million records sold 😈you know i’m nice n!gga. I do it when i feel like it LOL catch FORLIFE tonight 10pm. #bransoncognac#lecheminduroi” -50 Cent’s Instagram
Before You Go
This week, 50 Cent came forward to clap back at his rap foe Ja Rule. Curtis Jackson shut down Rule’s offer to see him in a hits challenge.
“who want to battle, 😆and here’s a moment of silence for the still sick and suffering. LOL #abcforlife#starz #powerbook2,3,4,5 #Fox #BMF#needattention call 50 #bransoncognac #lecheminduroi #g-unitfilms #g-unitbooks #g-unitrecords” -50 Cent’s Twitter