50 Cent Reacts to Gucci Mane's Diddy Diss Track 'TakeDat'
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Shortly after the 'Blood All On It' Rapper releases a diss track against his nemesis, the 'In da Club' hitmaker takes to social media to share his reaction to the song.

AceShowbiz - 50 Cent has reacted to Gucci Mane's diss track against Sean "P. Diddy" Combs. Upon learning that Gucci threw shade at his nemesis, the "In da Club" hitmaker shared his reaction to the newly-released song via social media.

On Wednesday, April 24, the hip-hop artist/actor took to Instagram to endorse Gucci's diss song against his rival, Diddy. On the social media platform, he uploaded a clip from the official music video of the track.

Along with the footage, Fifty, who has been feuding with Diddy, wrote in the caption of the post, "Oh s**t," adding eyes emoji. He went on to say, "WOP TOOK DA HIT this. Diddy POPPED. That's what you get f**king wit me ! @bransoncognac @lecheminduroi @humorharmonyshreveport."

It did not take long for the post to be flooded with mixed online responses from social media users. In the comments section, one in particular urged, "50!!! HOP ON THE REMIX NO DIDDY." Another penned, "The way I'm hollerin. we ain't got music from Gucci in FOREVER & he pop out like this," adding a slew of laughing face emojis.

A third said, "A whole song about Diddy is the most Gucci Mane thing that Gucci Mane could do. It makes sense if you think about what I just said." Meanwhile, a fourth complained, "This so corny. I'm shocked and disappointed in GUCCI. I was expecting Gucci to come back out with some [flame emoji]. On another note if he had a legitimate beef with Puffy then this makes sense. Either way it's still trash."

The post came shortly after Gucci launched "TakeDat", a diss track against Diddy, whose L.A. and Miami mansions were raided by Homeland Security in March as part of sex trafficking investigation. On it, he raps, "See my artists double plaque, no Diddy/ Sippin' on yak, no Diddy/ Couple n***as got whacked, no Diddy/ Keep the shooters with the strap, no Diddy."

That same day, Gucci dropped the "TakeDat" music video, in which he recreated Diddy's iconic scene in Notorious B.I.G.'s "Big Poppa" visuals featuring Puffy with several women in a bathtub. Gucci even dressed up like Diddy, with a gold necklace and a pair of glasses.

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