Posted by , Feb 4, 2016 at 06:19pm
50 Cent had a good laugh when he saw Puff's name in the headlines today.

Meek Mill can rest easy, for now, as 50 Cent is back to toying with his favorite foe: Sean "Puffy" Combs. The Bad Boy mogul was the subject of one of the day's most sensational news stories, as outlets such as the New York Daily News ran a story about a retired LAPD officer who claims to have evidence that Puff paid $1 million to an L.A. Crip to kill Tupac Shakur. 

50 Cent was overjoyed to see the Daily News post a snippet of the story to its Facebook page, and the G-Unit boss took the post and shared it on his own Instagram, writing, "LMAO SO PUFFY WIT THE SHIT HUN?" 

Fif really unleashed his trolling skills for the video post that ensued, though. As he's done before, he stages a phone conversation while he's behind the wheel. "I told you you can't trust these n*ggas," says 50, as though he's in the midst of a heated discussion. "Puffy done killed Tupac!"

Damn Fool you killed my favorite Rapper? Fu😤k you puffy. #nopuffyjuice

A video posted by 50 Cent (@50cent) on

"Damn fool you killed my favorite rapper? Fuck you Puffy," wrote 50 in the caption of the above video post. 

The aforementioned officer, Greg Kading, who once led a task force investigating the deaths of both Shakur and Biggie, made similar claims against Puff in his 2011 book "Murder Rap." He now purports to have new evidence, though, which will be revealed in a forthcoming Netflix documentary of the same name. 

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50 Cent had a good laugh when he saw Puff's name in the headlines today.


Meek Mill can rest easy, for now, as 50 Cent is back to toying with his favorite foe: Sean "Puffy" Combs. The Bad Boy mogul was the subject of one of the day's most sensational news stories, as outlets such as the New York Daily News ran a story about a retired LAPD officer who claims to have evidence that Puff paid $1 million to an L.A. Crip to kill Tupac Shakur. 

50 Cent was overjoyed to see the Daily News post a snippet of the story to its Facebook page, and the G-Unit boss took the post and shared it on his own Instagram, writing, "LMAO SO PUFFY WIT THE SHIT HUN?" 

Fif really unleashed his trolling skills for the video post that ensued, though. As he's done before, he stages a phone conversation while he's behind the wheel. "I told you you can't trust these n*ggas," says 50, as though he's in the midst of a heated discussion. "Puffy done killed Tupac!"

Damn Fool you killed my favorite Rapper? Fu😤k you puffy. #nopuffyjuice

A video posted by 50 Cent (@50cent) on

"Damn fool you killed my favorite rapper? Fuck you Puffy," wrote 50 in the caption of the above video post. 

The aforementioned officer, Greg Kading, who once led a task force investigating the deaths of both Shakur and Biggie, made similar claims against Puff in his 2011 book "Murder Rap." He now purports to have new evidence, though, which will be revealed in a forthcoming Netflix documentary of the same name. 

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