New York rapper 50 Cent isn’t a shook one. The hip-hop veteran has stood up and responded to possible legal action coming his way from the NYPD.
The rap entertainer went online last night to address the aftermath of claiming a local rival had a domestic violence case on his head. Fif reacted to a headline suggesting his accusation could result in a lawsuit.
“I guess his wife never called 911. I’m sure that deposition would go great on public record. Knock ya self out. … Tell him I said ask [Teairra] Mari how this goes. LOL.”
Initially, Fif went to his IG page Tuesday and didn’t resist ripping officer Emmanuel Gonzalez. Curtis Jackson joked about Gonzalez getting caught up in a domestic violence case.
“Remember commanding officer Emmanuel Gonzalez, who was bust down to auxiliary. He caught a DV domestic violence case. He punched his wife in the face. This guy was just no good.”
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In early March 2020, reports emerged about Gonzalez getting a new job. Buzz claimed he received a transfer to another department.
A Brooklyn NYPD precinct commander accused of shaking down a nightclub owner has been transferred to run a group of citizen police volunteers, the Daily News has learned. Deputy Inspector Emmanuel Gonzalez, who in 2018 was accused of threatening rapper 50 Cent’s life, is being pulled out of the 72nd Precinct in Sunset Park to lead the NYPD’s auxiliary section, Police Department officials confirmed. (New York Daily News)
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A few weeks ago, 50 Cent didn’t hold back on his shade. In an Instagram post, Fif joked about Emmanuel being removed from a major position of power.
“Remember this guy, commanding officer Gonzalez from the 72 precinct. They bust his a** down to auxiliary. No more strap. Just a flashlight and badge. LOL. Hahahahahaha.”