50 Cent Recants Support for Megan Thee Stallion Against Sexual Harassment Lawsuit After Backlash
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The 'In da Club' rapper is accused of upholding a double standard when it comes to male victims of sexual harassment after defending the 'Hiss' raptress against the allegations by a cameraman.

AceShowbiz - 50 Cent has seemingly backpedalled on his support for Megan Thee Stallion amid sexual harassment lawsuit against her. The rapper/actor has deleted his post defending the raptress against the allegations by a cameraman after it backfired.

On Tuesday, April 23, Fiddy responded to the report about the lawsuit against Megan by resposting a screenshot of an NBC News article to his Instagram page. Dismissing the allegations by Emilio Garcia, he suggested that both the cameraman and his lawyer be "punched in the head" for the trouble they cause to Megan.

"This Camera man and the lawyer who made this claim should be punched in the head. I'm sorry 2 women start making out, I'm not offended," he wrote, adding, "THIS CASE IS THROWN OUT OF MY COURT."

50 Cent was soon slammed as "sexist" by other social media users, with many accusing him of upholding a double standard when it comes to male victims of sexual harassment. "So it's ok to be done to a man. That ain't right," one person commented on his post.

Another pointed out, "He's probably a family man who has his reputation and job to keep. It's all different when it's done to a lady huh." A third critic similarly remarked, "So... sexually harassing someone is only valid when it's a woman making the claim?"

"I thought It was believe the victims first ??? But when it's somebody yall like now it's a different tune yall are a joke," a fourth person argued. Many commenters posted that 50 Cent would react differently if his nemesis Sean "P. Diddy" Combs were the subject of the suit. One of them said, "Y'all wouldn't taking that [s**t] if the cameraman said he was trapped in the backseat with Diddy and another man."

However, there were also people who agreed with 50 Cent, with one saying, "I agree with 50 cent." Another admitted, "Not me agreeing with 50 cent for once." Someone else wrote, "I kinda agree, it's giving clout chasing based .."

Amid a flurry of mixed responses from his followers, the "Power" co-creator has since deleted his post about Megan lawsuit.

Megan is sued by her former personal videographer Emilio, who claims that she forced him to watch her have sex with an unidentified woman when they were in a car during a tour stop in Ibiza, Spain in June 2022. He also alleges in his suit that Megan harassed him over his weight and reduced his work following their trip to Spain.

In response to the lawsuit, Megan's lawyer Alex Spiro said in a statement to Page Six, "This is an employment claim for money, with no sexual harassment claim filed and with salacious accusations to attempt to embarrass her." Alex went on to state, "We will deal with this in court."

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