New York rapper 50 Cent knows the Internet won’t cut him any slack. The hip-hop veteran has shared some savage memes aimed at him looking like North Korea leader Kim Jong Un.

50 Cent Can’t Beat The Internet

Fif went to his Instagram page this past weekend to share some savage content. The pic features him trolled to look like Jong Un.

“?oh sh*t, 50 Kim Jung Un ?‍♂️these people are crazy. #bransoncognac#lecheminduroi” -50 Cent’s Instagram

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Cmon who did this painting of 50 Cent and Kim Jong-un ? ‪Correction: this is former Communist leader of China, Mao Zedong… not the North Korean dictator ‬ . . [Peep hourly for the latest news!] #SOHHNews #HipHop #RapNews #MustRead #MusicNews #50Cent #Drake #LilWayne #KodakBlack #CashMoney #Future #YoungThug #NickiMinaj #CardiB #Migos #Offset #GucciMane #KendrickLamar #TDE #NBAYoungBoy #OVO #Quavo #NipseyHussle #JAYZ #LilUziVert

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The Mystery Artist Revealed

Fif returned to his social media pages with must-see footage. The Queens native shared footage of his jaw-dropping mural.

“?Damn he made that sh*t look like it was easy, ?I want to meet this guy. #bransoncognac#lecheminduroi” -50 Cent’s Instagram

Wait, There’s More

The trolling comes after the North Korean leader’s whereabouts have the world wondering if he’s alive. However, the country has attempted to assure concerned folks he’s alive.

With rumors swirling about North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, a state-run newspaper tried to prove the despot is alive and well by reporting that he has sent a thank-you letter to builders in a seaside resort. The Rodong Sinmun outlet claimed Monday that Kim penned the message to builders working on a tourism project in Wonsan, where South Korea believes the leader has been staying since April 13, according to South Korea’s Yonhap News Agency. (NY Post)

Before You Go

South Korea has also stepped up. The government has assured news outlet CNN he’s “alive and well” despite reports going viral about him possibly dying.

“Our government position is firm,” Moon Chung-in, the top foreign policy adviser to South Korean President Moon Jae-in, told CNN. “Kim Jong Un is alive and well. He has been staying in the Wonsan area since April 13. No suspicious movements have so far been detected.” Questions were raised about Kim’s well-being after he missed the celebration of his grandfather’s birthday on April 15. He had been seen four days before that at a politburo meeting, according to North Korean state media, KCNA. (CNN)