Rapper 50 Cent’s random-yet-mildly entertaining feud with Australian artist Lushsux over his zany street murals is continuing with his latest work.
The street artist has been hilariously trolling the New York rap icon with a series of spray-painted artworks depicting him as other famous figures such as Taylor Swift, Mike Pence, Chairman Mao, and Post Malone among others.
However, it seems Lushsux’s latest mural might’ve struck a nerve.
On Monday (May 4), the artist uploaded a giant painting of Fif stylized as Tekashi 6ix9ine on Instagram, complete with the controversial Brookyln rap artist’s trademark rainbow-colored locks, matching grills, and tattoos. The mural’s face was screwed up in a menacing grimace. “Here is the face I imagine Fiddy makes each morning when he sees I’ve done another wall,” Lushsux cheekily captioned the post.
Fif came across the artwork and clearly wasn’t happy: “I’m sick of this s**t. He think I can’t find his a** in Australia. I’m a have a knot put right on his f*****g head,” the G-Unit honcho declared on his Instagram page.
This comes after 50 Cent stopped by Big Boy's Neighborhood last week where he was asked if he was open to working with Tekashi following his release from prison. “I wouldn’t work with him,” he told the radio show host without any hesitation. “What it is, is it’s just against the way I grew up.”
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