50 Cent still isn’t playing fair on Instagram despite ditching the photo and video-sharing social media enterprise for the second time in 2018. Upon his unannounced return to the ‘Gram, he’s still got his foot on the neck of his ancient rap nemesis Ja Rule as well. But in an unfortunate (and unfair) move of collateral damage, Murder Inc. songstress Ashanti just got tangled up in Fif’s crosshairs following a cancelled concert situation too.
Drastically low, in fact, as Bossip reported that only 24 students purchased theirs. It’s worth pointing out, however, that GOOD Music singer Teyana Taylor was the original headliner. With her cancellation, the university ran short on time to promote Ashanti as the new face of the show.
He’s the one who told everyone to steer clear of the Murder Inc. crew. And for those who did go against the grain, “[he wants] the names and social security of everybody who bought a ticket.”
Only in his typical low-blow fashion, of course.
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