Earlier this week, 50 Cent took to his Instagram to comment on the mural from Australian artist, Lushsux. Lushsux posted a picture of the mural on his account along with the caption which claimed he was victimized by people in his city.
Lushsux said he had been beaten up many times as a consequence of his murals and was even hospitalized for his choice in artistic humor. Hot New Hip Hop reported today that murals have been appearing all over Australia lately that mix 50 Cent’s face with other celebrities, for instance, Post Malone, Mike Tyson, and Donald Trump.
Initially, 50 Cent said that whoever was using his image to create art needed an “a** whooping,” and it appears that someone took him up on the request. After hearing about the supposed beating, 50 Cent denied responsibility and said he played no role in it at all.
On his latest post, 50 Cent said the artist got hit in his face, and he didn’t do that. Regardless of whether 50 Cent is responsible or not, which the rapper says he’s not, the Power alum has been making waves in the entertainment industry for years, especially in the media.
50 Cent has created a reputation for himself as being one of Instagram’s greatest trolls. For instance, during the rise of Tekashi 6ix9ine’s career, Curtis Jackson, aka, 50 Cent, said that he considered Hernandez to be his son more than his own real biological offspring, Marquise Jackson.
Following Hernandez’s release to home confinement, 50 Cent was asked if he would ever collaborate with Tekashi 6ix9ine, and Curtis said he wouldn’t.
Tekashi 6ix9ine, who never missed a chance to troll, joked on his account that it wouldn’t be the first time 50 Cent has “abandoned” his son. Fans of Jackson know he and his child, Marquise, have been at odds for years, mostly due to what Curtis has described as a sense of entitlement.
During past interviews, Curtis suggested that Marquise had way more than he did when he was a kid, but he still felt like he was owed more.