New York’s hip-hop scene has always had its fair share of drama, and the rocky relationship between 50 Cent and Diddy is one of its legendary pillars.

50 Cent, being the notorious troll that he is, can’t resist getting in on anything Diddy does, and the recent case involving Cassie’s accusations of sexual and physical abuse against the Bad Boy mogul is no exception.

While Cassie and Diddy swiftly settled the matter, 50 Cent doesn’t believe this is the end of Diddy’s public troubles. Taking to Instagram in his trademark style, 50 Cent shared his take on the situation and what might come next, in a now deleted-post.

“LOL,” 50 Cent started, not mincing his words, alongside a screenshot of a news story about Diddy’s settlement. “He paid that money real quick, should have done that before the sharks saw the blood in the water. And here they come in 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 every woman he ever put his hand on.”


In some ways, 50 Cent’s assessment holds true, as Cassie’s accusations prompted a closer look at Diddy’s past relationships and his current circle, leading to other revelations and confessions. Even 50 Cent himself contributed to the chaos by recounting an odd story during an old interview where Diddy supposedly wanted to take him shopping. Whether 50 Cent found this bizarre or potentially troubling remains unclear, but he wasn’t shy about warning people that Diddy might not be who he appears to be.

Adding fuel to the fire, there’s also been renewed talk about Diddy’s alleged involvement in Tupac’s death, and 50 Cent has been at the forefront of pushing this narrative. Only time will tell if 50 Cent’s prediction of a wave of backlash and accountability will come to fruition. Stay tuned to Thirsty for News for all the latest updates on the ongoing drama between Diddy, Cassie, and 50 Cent.

What are your thoughts on 50 Cent’s comments about Diddy and the situation involving Cassie? Do you think there will be more backlash and accountability in the future as he predicts? Leave us a comment.

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