New York rapper 50 Cent isn’t staying mum. The hip-hop veteran has come forward to address rap rival Jim Jones following an online dispute they sparked this week.
Fif went to Instagram Thursday and shared some deep thoughts. 50 shared a screenshot of Jim’s initial remarks aimed at him and talked about how people change. Peep how 50 Cent responds to Jones with some deep thoughts.
“i learn something new everyday,😏see i looked out for this guy when he needed help. I made a call to get him his deal but people forget. being a good judge of character is detrimental to success and people change so you have to watch them. if you stay on point you will peep the change. 🎥#abcforlife #powerbook2Ghost #powerbook3 Raising Kanan #Powerbook4 influence #powerbook5force. 💣💥BOOM” -50 Cent
“Lol Nah I ain’t forget…Never will. You OverThinking brah.” -Maino
Jimmy went online Wednesday and didn’t hold back on responding to Fif’s informant trolling. Jones updated fans on his jailed protégé Jamel ‘Mel Murda’ Jones who is connected to a Tekashi 6ix9ine federal racketeering case.
“Verified Melly said he doin super fine You have to watch out for these so call real ones thts routing for rats to come home and And wanna see real nighas go to jail Any nigha th needs to try n tarnish another mans name for personal gain has to b a hoe why else would he have my dick so far down his throat lol 😂 pause””
Wait, There’s More
A few hours prior, 50 Cent reacted to reports about Tekashi 6ix9ine possibly getting out of prison early as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. Curtis Jackson took things further by low-key referencing Jim and his alleged phone recording with Mel Murda.
“👀😆Now associate1 ya gonna have to tell everybody how you were on tape in court on the phone coaching Mel. to super duper violate shorty but the Feds never picked you up because you are doing your job Confidential informant.”
Before You Go
In October 2019, Mel Murda received over 11 years behind bars for his involvement with street gang Nine Trey. The punishment came months after he pleaded guilty to narcotics and racketeering charges.
Mel, who according to the government attained the highest rank of “Godfather” in the “street lineup” of Nine Trey, has long been a close friend of Jim Jones. Mel was a part of Jim’s Byrdgang rap collective and appears on a ton of tracks with the Dipset capo. In addition, at the trial of Nine Trey members Anthony “Harv” Ellison and Aljermiah “Nuke” Mack, Jim Jones was identified as the previously unknown “Individual-1” during an infamous wiretapped phone call with Mel which discussed how 6ix9ine had to be “super-violated” for disavowing Nine Trey during a November 2018 appearance on The Breakfast Club. (Complex)