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50 Cent Apologizes To Moneybagg Yo For This Comment On His Photo With Megan Thee Stallion

"I wrote that and didn’t even realize that was Megan…”

Instagram’s undefeated king of trolling 50 Cent took his favorite social media hobby a bit too far on Monday (September 2) after commenting on a picture of hip-hop’s hottest new couple, Moneybagg Yo and Megan Thee Stallion.

Without realizing it, Fif left his remark on the coupled-up flick that the Memphis rapper posted with his Hot Girl flame, who is laid sexily across a pool table (and who 50 apparently thought was some random woman). But after Moneybagg cleared things up in defense of his lady (along with other irritated Instagram commenters), the Queens-native is not only peddling back the offensive statement, but sending his sincerest apologies to Moneybagg for the misunderstanding.

  • ‘All kinda good looking h*es out here the pressure a break em. Lol,” Fif initially wrote on the picture. He was swiftly checked by several fans of the 24-year-old Houston rapper and Hot Girl summer chief before Moneybagg chimed in. “Yeah h*es but she don’t fall in dat category,” he responded to Fif.

  • In one of his nobler Instagram moves, 50 deleted the comment and reposted the Megan and Moneybagg picture to make amends amid his error. “Hey @moneybaggyo,” he captioned the picture, tagging the Reset rapper. “I looked at this picture saw your comment, and wrote that I didn’t even realize that was Megan. Misunderstanding no disrespect I’ll hit ya phone later.” Moneybagg received the message well and even showed up on the post with his stamp of approval: three “100” emojis.

    Now, that’s what we like to see, Fif! Check out how he squashed the Megan and Moneybagg mix-up below. 

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