50 Cent has been making headlines in recent weeks for getting at people on social media who owe him money, and it’s put fear in people who aren’t even on his radar.
In late April, the “In the Club” creator called out “Power” producer Randall Emmett for owing him $1 million, and Emmett eventually paid him but first went to the emergency room after he thought he was having a heart attack.
Plus, the rapper sent an aggressive message to actor Jackie Long last week and gave him a hard and fast deadline to pay him the money he owed.
Fif has been demanding money from Teairra Mari as well since a judge ordered her to pay him over $30,000 in legal fees after her lawsuit was tossed.
Then on Saturday, May 11, the “In the Club” creator took to Instagram and told a story about someone from his elementary school who tried to right an old wrong so he wouldn’t end up like Emmett and Long. Fif noted that he was in the Windy City when he ran into the guy.
“Yo I love Chicago every time I come out here the wildest sh– be happening. 😆LOL,” he captioned the video.
“So check it out. Why a n—a come in the store and give me this $20 right here. He said ‘Here take it’ and said ‘I stole your CD in fifth grade.’ Yo listen, ‘The only person knew about it was my cousin, but this b–ch on some bulls–t, so I know she gon’ go left on me. I don’t need you putting me all on your Instagram and everything.'”
50’s followers clearly got a kick out of the story and let it be known in the comments.
“Thank you for uplifting my spirit with your funny pranks and how you clown on people.😘😂🤣,” wrote one fan under the clip.
There were also some who said they might owe 50, too, and would get it to him if that’s the case.
“I prolly owe you some bread off those G unit mixtapes,” someone wrote.
“Yeahhhh bruh, I bootlegged Massacre cause my mama aint let me listen to Rap like that back then…I got cho $15 n—a, PULL UP😆.”