50 Cent Trolls Diddy With Alleged Soliciting 'Text Messages'
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The 'In da Club' rapper, who has been mocking his nemesis over his legal issues, further pokes fun at the embattled hip-hop mogul by posting a fake suggestive text conversation with Diddy.

AceShowbiz - 50 Cent continues to dance on Sean "P. Diddy" Combs' grave. Amid the Bad Boy Records founder's legal issue, Fiddy has been mocking his nemesis on social media, including one of his recent posts that featured an imaginary conversation with Diddy.

On Wednesday, April 17, the G-Unit boss shared a fake soliciting text messages that he supposedly had with the "I Need a Girl" hitmaker. "Hey Daddy," so the conversation began, likely initiated by Diddy. It was followed up with an invite that read, "Come over for a drink."

When the receiver noted that "it's 1:30 am...," the fake Diddy replied, "Just one drink. Come over." The person imitating the embattled hip-hop mogul promised, "I'll take you shopping tomorrow. Come."

"I got my own money for shopping fam. I'm good," the response read. But the fake Diddy was relentless, tempting, "I'll put you in my next video. Come."

"What kinda video we talking about?" the second person asked, to which the fake Diddy responded, "My Next Rap Video." The person then brutally replied, "Lol… last time you had a hit, I was in high school. I'm good," before posting the meme of 50 Cent on "Entourage" speeding away in his car while laughing.

50 Cent found this funny as he wrote in the caption of the post, "Yo this is fun to me, I had to share this it made me laugh."

50 Cent has also responded to Shyne's recent interview, in which he maintained his innocence despite serving eight years in jail for the 1999 club shooting involving Diddy. "Yo this documentary is going to be crazy DIDDY NO GOOD!" the "Power" co-creator claimed.

In the interview, Shyne insisted that he's the fall guy for the shooting, but won't snitch on his former mentor. "I've been saying this all along, everyone knew all along that I was the fall guy," the Belizean rapper said.

Shyne urged people to watch videos posted by Natania Reuben, who was shot in the face during the club shooting, but stopped short of blaming Diddy. He stressed, "I'm just saying that I maintained my innocence all this time. I said I was defending myself, I didn't get into who did what, but the victim is telling you who did what and I understand that there are other witnesses."

Nevertheless, Shyne sent well wishes to Diddy and thanked his former label boss for his contributions to the people of Belize. "I wish him well and I pray for him, and I pray for the alleged victims and if it is true, may justice be served and if it's not, it's a tragedy because a global icon would have been destroyed," he noted.

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