AceShowbiz - When people think that 50 Cent and Wendy Williams are not at each other's throats again, Fiddy lets everyone know that the feud is still on. The "Candy" rapper dissed his foe in his recent Instagram post, telling the TV personality to "chill out."
The "Power" actor shared a Photoshopped picture of the 55-year-old host giving him a back hug. Captioning the photo, Fiddy said, "First I hate you but now I love you 50. yeah I know but chill out b***h. LOL#lecheminduroi #bransoncognac."
"I don't like her," 50 told HollywoodLife.com. "You know why? She said things about me consistently over the years and it was at points that I was not necessarily in control of the things that she was talking about and you'll find it's really not…"
"When you're sensitive to certain things that people are really not just using it for their personal content and gain," he continued. "But now that she's successful, I can say things about her. If she wasn't as successful, I wouldn't even be talking about her. It would be me bullying a woman."
This arrives after the two appeared to be ending their beef after 50 reacted rather positively to Wendy saying three nice things about the musician on "Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen". While Wendy didn't hesitate to say that 50 wasn't a bad looking man and that she used to listen to his music, 50 was the other way around.
During his recent appearance on "The Talk", host Carrie Ann Inaba said to him, "Since she said three nice things about you, can you say three nice things about Wendy?" In response, Fofty jokingly replied, "I thought this was 'The Talk' -- I'm being set up!"
"She's extremely successful. Her show's been on for a long time," 50 admitted, referring to "The Wendy Williams Show" which is going into its 11th season soon. "She's been able to survive -- if you have a long enough career, you’'e going to have some peaks and valleys in it -- and she's been able to survive some of the tougher parts."
50 later seemingly applauded Wendy for how well she handled things amid cheating scandal against her estranged husband Kevin Hunter. "If you can develop a personal life, that's where the most confusion will come from in the public eye, and she's been able to get past that and continue to work," he said.
He, however, was strugglling to point out one more nice thing about Wendy. "She said you we're really, really talented [on WWHL], so that's a good thing about her to you," host Sheryl Underwood said, before Fiddy responded, "She can identify good talent."