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50 Cent reacts to Charlamagne Tha God’s album title flip for new book

50 Cent seems to have a good sense of humor about Charlamagne Tha God’s clever twist on his album title for his new book. The G-Unit boss took to Instagram to acknowledge the similarity between Charlamagne’s book title, “Get Honest or Die Lying,” and his own iconic album, “Get Rich or Die Trying.”

In his post, 50 Cent gave a semi-plug to Charlamagne’s book, acknowledging the creativity behind using his album title. He wrote, “Bro your idea, to use my idea, is a good idea,” showing his appreciation for the clever play on words. He even mentioned that he would check out the book, showing his support.

Charlamagne, never one to shy away from banter, responded with wit, jokingly promising to have 50 Cent’s money by Monday. It’s clear that both personalities share a mutual respect and humor, even when it comes to creative borrowings.

50 Cent has been keeping up with his trolling game, this time aiming his jokes at Diddy amid the ongoing legal troubles the Bad Boy mogul is facing.

Following the news of Diddy being hit with yet another sexual assault lawsuit, 50 Cent didn’t waste a moment before chiming in. He took to Instagram to share his reaction, posting a screenshot of a TMZ article about the lawsuit. In his caption, he expressed his shock, writing, “[eyes emoji] Damn man I have never seen anything like this before, if you cool with puffy call him. He might boom [explosion emoji] his self.”

Not stopping there, 50 Cent also took a jab at Meek Mill, playfully calling him “Meeka” and suggesting he check on Diddy, insinuating their close relationship. This nod refers to rumors about the two having a romantic involvement.

The lawsuit accuses Diddy of serious allegations, including multiple instances of sexual assault and recording sexual encounters without consent. The plaintiff, April Lampros, alleges that Diddy forced her to have sex with him and his late ex-girlfriend Kim Porter, among other claims.

As the legal drama unfolds, 50 Cent continues to keep the internet buzzing with his sharp wit and no-holds-barred commentary.

April Lampros alleges that her encounters with Diddy occurred between 1995 and 2000, starting when she was a fashion student interning in the music industry. Now, she’s taking legal action against the record executive, formally suing him for battery, sexual assault, infliction of emotional distress, and gender-motivated violence.

Despite these serious allegations, Diddy has not yet responded to this specific lawsuit, although he has denied previous accusations of sexual assault.

Meanwhile, 50 Cent continues his relentless trolling of Diddy over the series of lawsuits. Not content with just online jabs, he even took it a step further by selling a documentary about the allegations to Netflix. It seems like the drama between these two figures is far from over, with each development adding fuel to the fire.


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