New York rapper 50 Cent has way too much free time on his hands. The hip-hop veteran hit up social media this week to salute longtime pal Eminem and throw a few flames at estranged friend Floyd Mayweather Jr.

On Wednesday, Fif hopped on Instagram with some Nike “Just Do It”-inspired memes.

This week, reports claimed Nike completely knew the risk involved in working with NFL free agent Colin Kaepernick.

Although the target demos are highly protected by Nike — industry sources tell TMZ Nike’s customer base is “significantly urban” and the company felt the decision would be solidly embraced. Up-and-coming athletes are no longer just shills for corporate America. They increasingly embrace causes and are not afraid to speak out, even at their own expense. (TMZ)

Over the last 48 hours, various hip-hop artists have rallied behind Nike and Kaepernick’s new campaign.

Earlier in the week, Colin hopped on social media to share a shot from his new campaign.

Believe in something, even if it means sacrificing everything. #JustDoIt

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