Fif, who produces and occasionally stars in the rivaling Starz series Power, took to Instagram to react to the news as if it was a personal hit against him. Needless to say, he didn’t hold back with slandering his ex.
“I don't know why people would want to cross me,” the rapper captioned his post. “I would stay out of my way, if I wasn't me because I'm gonna keep winning.”
The image 50 Cent used to make his point depicts a less-than-flattering photo of an older woman who appears to have had some botched plastic surgery next to a photo of his ex. Perhaps his photo is hinting that he feels Fox is a washed-up choice to star in the show, that competing with him is a bad move or who knows, really. This one is definitely up for interpretation.
“I think they do it for attention, then they get more attention then they want,” Fif continues. “I told you POWER was the show to watch. Now Empire lol forget it.”
While the rivalry exists on multiple levels, both personal and professional, 50 Cent seems to have a stronger stance on the matter at hand, with Fox not issuing a comment in regards to his post or her new television role.
Check out 50 Cent weighing in on his ex’s latest career endeavor in the post below.
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