50 Cent remains one of the most influential rappers in the history of the hip-hop world. The legendary made a name for himself in several mediums such as games, movies, books and more. He also loves trolling people and this time, he turned his attention towards T.I.
T.I. first found himself at the center of controversy when he made a stunning confession during a podcast episode in 2020, revealing that he had snitched on his deceased cousin.
The rapper then confirmed that he made up that story. On February 23rd, 50 Cent shared a meme on his Instagram page that pokes fun at the recent viral feud between Boosie BadAzz and T.I. This feud began after Boosie accused T.I. of being a rat for discussing how he snitched on his deceased cousin during a podcast interview in 2020. The doctored video, which 50 Cent shared, portrays Boosie sitting in a courtroom and shouting out a quote from his infamous interview with VladTV.
In the following clip, Boosie interrupts and says, “I think she just went up there and got to talking.” The video then switches to T.I. on the stand, recounting the story he shared during the 2020 podcast episode. “We caught those gun cases, Toot died,” T.I. explains in the interview. “My lawyer said, ‘Well, you know, I could make everything go away if it was Toot’s, it was Tremel’s.'” Judge Mathis then interjects, saying, “You wanna ask the authorities to give you a pass.”
The caption accompanying 50 Cent’s meme quoted lyrics from the G-Unit song “You So Tough” from the 2008 album T.O.S.: Terminate on Sight, which were originally directed at T.I. and commented on T.I.’s one-year sentence after being arrested with several illegal firearms in 2007.
“I said i got the best lawyers money can buy, they said woulda got me 10 or maybe 9, I said well how do you explain how homie breezed, They said you keep ya mouth shut or you eat the cheese. YOU SO TUFF
50 Cent certainly got a good laugh out of this whole controversy as well. Regardless, the rapper will now focus on other things in his life and that is all that matters now.
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