New York rapper 50 Cent isn’t laughing at his “Candy Shop” getting put on blast. The hip-hop veteran has come forward to slam ex-girlfriend Vivica A. Fox for exposing their past bedroom habits.

Fif went to Instagram Monday (March 19) to let loose on Fox for waiting 14 years to expose their sexual encounters.

“I wanted to talk to y’all because I looked in the comments and the Vivica A. Fox sh*t, and the girls will be like, ‘Oh, he must have some bomb d*ck. It must have been like this.’ Look, first of all, not after 14 years. No. Not after 14 years. Okay, ’cause if a n*gga showed up talking about ‘You have some bomb a** p*ssy,’ after 14 years, 14 years, you’d been have called the police on a n*gga. Called your brothers and told your brothers to jump the n*gga. Told your mans, ‘Go on downstairs.’ … All that sh*t for no reason. You would have been into all that crazy sh*t because the girls act like it ain’t nothing when they do some sh*t like that.’ But if a guy do something like that, come on, you know what time it is. You’re gonna be like, ‘Something wrong with him after 14 years.'”

A few hours ago, 50 exploded on Vivica with some epic IG comments.

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In her upcoming Every Day, I’m Hustling book, Vivica credited herself for pushing 50 for s-e-x.

The 53-year-old “Empire” star says Fitty wooed her and they had amazing chemistry although he was more focused on his career than on sex. “Most of the time, I would be the one initiating sex, because I really enjoyed making love with him,” writes Fox, who also describes their sessions as PG-13 but “cherished and special.” (NY Daily News)

Within the must-read, Fox also claims 50 wanted to marry her.

Fox later found out that the rapper had been ready to propose to her during a trip to Monaco, where the pair was taking part in the World Music Awards in 2003. Fitty had planned to rent out a theater in Monte Carlo, show a print of “Kill Bill, Vol. 1” — in which she starred — and then propose at the end with a 14-carat diamond ring. He nixed it when he felt Fox had hogged the spotlight by signing as the show’s host. (New York Daily News)