50 Cent has responded to recent comments made by Floyd Mayweather. The rapper posted a video on Instagram with the following caption.
“I just woke up, Floyd you know better.don’t get me started you paid a private investorgater to find miss J. You love her man and Nelly took her. Lmao the nigga swoop down like a bird outta the sky. He to tall champ you can’t you win. Lol.”
In the Instagram clip, 50 Cent goes on to mock Mayweather.
“The computer say Floyd said ‘Fuck T.I. Fuck Nelly. Fuck 50,'” 50 Cent says. “I’m like, ‘What he say fuck me for?’ Nelly fucked your first baby momma Melissa, then took your fuckin’ fiance. Say fuck that nigga.”
50 Cent also posted a video on Instagram challenging Mayweather to read a page out of a Harry Potter book. That clip is below, along with this caption:
“Floyd will you except my ALS/ESL CHALLENGE: I will donate $750k to a charity of your choice, If you can read a full page out of a Harry Potter book out loud without starting and stopping or fucking up. lmao.”
In another post, 50 Cent shared a photograph of Mayweather with this caption: “DAMN I CAN’T READ THAT WHOLE PAGE NOW. fuck you 50, Lmao.”
As reported earlier today (August 21), Floyd Mayweather recently spoke about rappers.
“Of course, Hip Hop artists, they come and go,” Mayweather said recently. “They come and go. But I’m still here.”
Last month, 50 mocked Mayweather on Instagram, also.
“Da nigga really took your lady Champ,” 50 Cent said, a reference to Nelly’s relationship with model Miss J.
Nelly has also addressed Mayweather.
“I don’t have a beef with Floyd Mayweather,” Nelly said recently in an interview with ESPN’s Highly Questionable. “I think the whole thing is misunderstood. I try to understand where he’s coming from, which is a little hard to do. But it’s just one of those things. He is who he is. He’s one of those people that I don’t think likes the word no said to him. I think if anybody does that, that’s what gets underneath his skin a little bit. But I don’t know. It’s kind of hard talking to a guy who hasn’t graduated from high school.”