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I’m Not a Bully: 50 Cent Seemingly Responds To Critics After Taking Another Dig At Teairra Mari and Wendy Williams

50 Cent has seemed to answer those who’ve said he’s bullying Teairra Mari and Wendy Williams.

Ever since a Los Angeles judge dismissed the charges in Mari’s revenge porn case and ruled she has to pay over $30,000 in legal fees to the rapper, Fif has been taunting her on social media for allegedly not paying him yet.

50 Cent seemed to respond to being called a bully for dissing Teairra Mari and Wendy Williams.

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And 50’s been doing the same with Williams ever since she insinuated back in September 2018 that he was gay. She took a dig at the rapper after he made fun of her for fainting during the 2017 Halloween episode on “The Wendy Williams Show.”

50’s latest shot at Mari came when he posted a photo of her to Instagram on Thursday (Jan. 24) and said he was coming for her “Love and Hip-Hop” money if she didn’t pay up.

The last time Fif dissed Williams was on Jan. 14 when he did a split image of the talk show host and the ’80s movie character E.T. to suggest they look alike. And on Friday (Jan. 25) he created another split image that showed Williams and Mari side by side.

“B-tches be like my God please tell him stop,” he wrote, which seemed to be a direct message to his critics. “Nope you should have never started with me. Lol.”

Without a doubt, 50 has maintained much of his relevance through his social media activity, constantly updating fans on “Power,” the drama series he co-executive produces.

The rapper also gives information about the upcoming shows he’s involved with on Starz, a “Power” spinoff that’s supposed to be a prequel and “BMF,” a series about the former notorious Detroit drug gang.

But he spends much of his time brutally dissing people on social media as well, hence the bullying tag. In October of 2018, Ashanti called 50 a bully when he made fun of her because one of her shows at New York’s Stony Brook University was cancelled due to low ticket sales.

Despite all of this, the rapper actually wrote an anti-bullying book geared towards teenagers called “Playground” released in Nov. 2012, and some might say the accusations of being a bully hasn’t affected his brand at all.

A lot of folks responded to 50’s post of Mari and Williams and many thought it might’ve been too much.

“I swear @50cent is the definition of evil,” someone wrote. “We need to rename you Petty Cent. I swear.”

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