It looks like rapper 50 Cent is back with his seemingly “petty” antics.
The “Power” producer is back to trolling his fellow celebrity peers, including singer Chris Brown. 50 tried to convince social media users a few weeks ago, that Brown was a better music artist than the late Michael Jackson. It’s something he stated after Brown told his Instagram followers that he sold 69.5 million singles in the United States, which made him the seventh best selling artist of all time when it comes to singles.
Not only did he receive major shade by MJ’s daughter Paris Jackson, but Brown himself also assured that the “Billie Jean” singer was seemingly the greatest artist of all time, posting an Instagram story of Michael’s stats on September 1.
Although, Brown seemingly slapped down 50’s claims, the retired rapper is hell-bent on having the final say.
On Thursday, 50 posted a video of Breezy performing on his current Indigoat Tour to his Instagram story. Clearly, stumped by the singer’s moves, he reiterated that Chris is apparently better than the King of Pop. He then shared a hilarious recreated “Thriller” cover featuring himself. He apparently digitally altered his head onto Michael’s body.
“CB ain’t got shit on me.🤨I got moves fool #lecheminduroi #bransoncognac” he wrote in his caption, receiving more than 525,000 likes and 18,000 comments.
“He has lost it for sure 🤦♂️😂 these folks bout to be mad as hell”
“Stop the foolishness 🙌🏾🔥😂 stick to the Power show that’s not you bro lol”
“Omfg you got to stop 😂😂😂 this s–t might go copper I’m weak rn 😄 he a fool man”
“🤣 I’m having a bad year it seems like. I needed that. Perm looks good on you 50. No homo 😂”
Although many fans found 50 Cent’s debate about Brown and MJ funny, it’s clear Paris Jackson couldn’t have disagreed more.
In a now deleted Instagram post that was uploaded to 50’s page on Sept. 5, the 21-year-old clapped back at the rapper, writing, “True legends don’t need to exert outrageous amounts of energy just to grasp attention. Stillness, my friend, stillness. More power in stillness than you can probably understand.”