50 Cent Has NSFW Response to Former BET CEO Debra Lee's Affair Confession With Network's Founder
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The 'Power' co-creator weighs in after BET's former CEO reveals in her autobiography that she and the network's founder Bob Johnson had a special relationship while they were married to their respective spouses.

AceShowbiz - 50 Cent can't help reacting to Debra Lee's admission of an affair with BET's founder Bob Johnson. Apparently also taken aback by the bombshell claim made by the businesswoman, the rapper/actor has let out an NSFW comment.

After hearing the news, the "In da Club" hitmaker first posted on Instagram on Wednesday, March 8, "you would not believe what goes on behind the scenes." He then weighed in on Debra's rise in career, allegedly helped by her affair with Bob.

"Wow Deb must got that WAP,He gave her the whole s**t, here you run it bae ! LOL," so he penned, referencing Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion's hit collab "WAP", which stands for "Wet-A** P***y".

Debra comes clean about her affair with Bob in her upcoming autobiography "I Am Debra Lee". Ahead of the release of the memoir, she stopped by "Good Morning America", where she divulged, "I worked for Bob Johnson for 10 years before we had a personal, romantic relationship. He was a mentor and he pushed me and he's responsible for a lot of my success. We did have a relationship while we were both married. We ended up both divorced and then people knew about the relationship. The company knew."

Debra claimed she was threatened every time she wanted to end the relationship. "The downfall of a relationship like that is if you want to get out of it. And that's a part where it came and I wanted to break up," she shared. "I saw it wasn't a long-term relationship. And my job and my career was held over my head. It was like, 'Well, if you want to break up with me, then you can leave tomorrow.' And that was 20 years into my career at BET, so I would have lost everything."

The 68-year-old said she opened up about this relationship because she wanted to enlighten other women who are in the same situation. "That's very much sexual harassment, but it's a different kind of sexual harassment," she noted. "I wanted young women to know that if you're in a relationship that's uneven in terms of the power structure, that it can turn abusive."

Debra said she was glad when Bob left BET for good in 2005 because the constant fear of losing her job was gone. She became Chairman and CEO of the network from 2005 and remained there until 2018.

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