The G-Unit leader first posted a still of Kaepernick’s new Nike campaign, which has caused an incredibly big stir. “Good morning,” wrote 50. “This is the best Nike commercial ever. What a statement. I can dig it, man. I like this.”
But for Kanye, 50 chose other words and poked fun at the Chicago producer for what he said about slavery earlier this year. Fif also shared a picture of Kanye’s face with the words “Slavery was a choice” written across it, and it looks just like the Kaepernick ad.
“Nah, Yeezy be saying some bullsh– but he still our meaning of hip-hop,” wrote 50. “I like this too. Not what he says. But what he is.”
From there, 50 brought up TMZ host Van Lathan confronting Kanye after he made those slavery comments, and Fif said he’s happy that Lathan was even there.
“We need moments like this to define us,” wrote the New York rapper. “The way @vanlathan responded to Kanye made me glad he was on that TMZ show. What the f—- would have happened if he wasn’t there?”
The “Life of Pablo” creator hasn’t responded to 50 but others did, and they blasted him for his slavery comments like he just said them. Undoubtedly, a lot of people are still upset at Ye, although he’s been trying to turn things around by apologizing to everyone.
“[Slaves] were in an unknown land and place, and if they would have took over the slave owners [the] land owners would of had a hunting party and have more weapons than them,” someone wrote. “Think dummy. Why you ain’t out here taking over cop station for shooting our people? Because you know better?”
Then after 50 was done teasing Kanye, he poked fun at Floyd Mayweather by posting another phony ad that looks like Kaepernick’s Nike campaign. He also continued to tease the retired fighter about not being able to read, which is a rumor that’s been going around for years now. At this point, 50 and Floyd have been beefing for quite some time.