Celebrity feuds are the next big everyday things you get to find on the Internet these days. The beef that has been burning since a long time between the New York rapper Curtis Jackson aka 50 Cent and boxing maestro Floyd Mayweather is getting towards conclusion after 50 Cent writes ‘He is the greatest of all time.’ But you know this feud isn’t getting over, maybe until their death.
It looked like the 44 years old singer-rapper ain’t interested in going bad blood with 42 years old boxing champion and has surprisingly waved the white flag. 50 Cent took the Instagram to troll how ignorant is Mayweather when it comes to reading but later, the rapper deleted the post replacing with positive vibe sort of slamming post. 50 Cent uploaded his solo picture with suit-on writing, Tell Floyd I said he won he is the greatest of all time. and nobody I mean nobody can ever take that away from him what he’s done with his life is amazing. I’m done with all of the back and forth. Now Can Someone Please Read This To Champ.#POSTIVE VIBES.
This ultimately hints that 50 Cent is disinterested in going a nefarious e-beef with champion boxer, but we believe, this battle isn’t over yet already.
This post from Curtis came after, Floyd Mayweather started to troll 50 Cent failure in keeping up the business competition with other rappers like Kanye West, Jay-Z and Dr. Dre. Mayweather started his troll to 50 Cent with a title, It was only 4 shots that ended Curtis 🐀 Jackson rap career. Floyd mentioned that Curtis dragged himself publicly to announce his unanimous failure to Kanye West. He smashed Curtis’ alcohol brand by referring it to shampoo and telling that Jay-Z killed the champagne game with Ace of Spade. The boxer went hard on 50 Cent’s headphones. He wrote that the headphones produced were snitch headphones and one can be in their car and hear the people’s conversation in the vehicle next to them. He lastly mentioned that Effen tastes shit and can’t be found in any stores.
Earlier this summer, 50 Cent trolled the boxer by telling a clown money Mayweather and catching a huge on-court L.