Floyd insists that 50 Cent is actually broke and lives in squalor.
A few weeks back 50 Cent reignited his on-again, off-again feud with retired boxer Floyd Mayweather. He did so by trolling him on Instagram of all places, a comment referencing Mayweather's alleged illiteracy. The line between fact, make believe and good humor has been increasingly hard to discern when it comes to 50 Cent and his relentless pursuit of a laugh. For what it's worth, Floyd Mayweather doesn't seem to be joking in his retort to 50 Cent.
Floyd Mayweather proved he was game on two fronts: a) by jumping into the fire himself, b) by proving 50 Cent's assertion of his illiteracy incorrect by penning a giant paragraph of text in his honor. The brunt of his tirade was spent discrediting 50 Cent as a father right from the opening sentence: "Curtis “Confidential Informant” Jackson, you're mad because your oldest son Marquees mother doesn’t want to be with you! Your Son, your own flesh and blood don't want nothing to do with you!"
Floyd then went into more unprecedented territory when he claimed to have paperwork that proved with certainty that 50 Cent was a snitch, an allusion he somehow connected to his many violent altercations with Ja Rule and other members of Murder Inc. Floyd also contended that his sale of Vitamin Water was all fabricated, and that the real Curtis Jackson is crippled by debt, lo and behold.
Get your popcorn ready.