50 Cent and Floyd Mayweather continue to fight, as the rapper and the former boxer shaded each other on Tuesday morning. At first, their feud seemed petty, with each party accusing each other of inconsequential transgressions, from abuse, to being a mooch.
However, the boxer accused the hip-hop performer of having something to do with a 2014 murder-suicide, a far more serious revelation.
Previously, Mayweather accused 50 Cent of having herpes; having a son who wants nothing to do with him, and also asking for money despite the fact he has made millions through his music, television, and entrepreneurial career.
In a long Instagram post, Mayweather wrote, “You are a certified snitch and we got paperwork to prove it!” The former boxer said that he “knows where all your bones are buried.”
In response, 50 Cent made fun of Mayweather for the abuse allegations against him, as well as his writing and reading abilities – or lack thereof. Mayweather posted a few memes of Jackson afterward including images of rats along with the hashtag, “#50CentGotHerpes.”
Floyd Mayweather took it to the next level when he said that 50 Cent was sleeping with Earl Hayes wife, Stephanie Moseley, right before Earl shot her to death and then killed himself in 2014. Stephanie was a famous dancer, getting her career started as a back-up dancer for Britney Spears in the early 2000’s, while Earl was a successful rapper.
According to Floyd, he was FaceTiming with Earl before the incident. Ironically, before this all happened, the rapper and the former boxer were good friends. 50 Cent frequently walked him to the boxing ring before fights.
While Floyd has been a public figure for a long time now, his celebrity only increased in the last four to five years, mostly due to his MMA bout, as well as his match with Manny Pacquiao.
Last year, Floyd Mayweather beat the MMA star Conor McGregor in a boxing match in what was one of the biggest fights in recent memory. Conor, despite not being a boxer, chose to fight Mayweather in what came to be the UFC’s most lucrative and controversial match thus far.