The 'In Da Club' hitmaker calls out The Shade Room on Instagram after the site sends messages to people asking about the alleged robbery that happened on Tuesday, March 29.

AceShowbiz - 50 Cent assured fans that he's safe and sound. Shutting down rumors about him getting robbed at Tony Yayo's birthday party, the "In Da Club" hitmaker called out a blog which tries to find information about the alleged robbery.

The "Power" alum brushed off the rumors via Instagram. Sharing a screenshot of The Shade Room's message to someone, the emcee wrote in the since-deleted post, "The shaderoom must have a slow news day today making up s**t."

"You would have heard somebody got man down out there fool. I'm tapped in, I even get your little messages Smh," the rapper/actor added. In a follow-up post, which was removed as well, he fumed, "This is the kinda s**t they are doing, stop sending people this kinda s**t. TF wrong with you."

50 Cent himself once fell victim to a robbery. In January 2021, three men broke into an apartment building leased for one of the rapper's companies. They fled the scene with $3 million in cash and jewelry.

The culprits, Travis Villalobos, Richard Murphy and Matthew Gale, finally got arrested aorund six months of investigation. They were charged with burglary, conspiracy to commit burglary, receiving stolen property and criminal mischief.

That aside, 50 Cent recently got busy trolling Jussie Smollett over his hate crime hoax. Following the former "Empire" actor's tirade at a Cook County Courthouse courtroom, he said, "WTF If this happen on POWER. he said he was the new [Tupac Shakur]. LOL."

Fiddy also shared a video of Jussie screaming, "I'm not suicidal and I'm innocent," while making his way out of the courtroom. Alongside the clip, the former quipped, "If i ever go to court again, i don't care if it's for a parking ticket. i'm gonna say this I AM NOT SUICIDAL,I'M INNOCENT, I COULD HAVE SAID I WAS GUILTY A LONG TIME AGO. as i walk out."

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