Floyd Mayweather serves 50 Cent an IG beatdown, pointing to multiple failures

50 Cent at Treasure Island (photo credit: Nagashia Jackson)

Fans’ jaws are agape and eyes are wide open after all-time boxing champion Floyd Mayweather systematically dissected 50 Cent about his struggle rap career and busted business ventures.

Normally, when 50 Cent rolls onto Instagram like a cowboy busting through the saloon doors, many quivering cowards dive for cover and hide the women and children. But Money Mayweather, 42, is a super-confident (some say very arrogant) multimillionaire who is hardly intimated by Fifty, the undisputed troll champ. In fact, Mayweather initiated this troll on Fifty.

Using charts and graphs, Pretty Boy Floyd enumerated the ways in which Curtis Jackson, 44, has failed mightily as a rapper ever since his first three albums sold nearly 30 million copies worldwide.

In a second and more profane IG post, Mayweather performed invasive surgery on Curtis Jackson’s nearly non-existent career that even had Ja Rule, another famous 50 Cent enemy from way back, laughing at Fifty:

Mayweather said: “It was only 4 shots that ended Curtis 🐀 Jackson rap career:

1. You tried desperately to revive your career by going head to head with Kanye West and got dragged publicly, taking a unanimous decision loss.

2. Jay Z been killing the champagne game with Ace of Spade selling worldwide at premium prices for well over a decade, while Curtis got a bottle with a cheap chess piece on it that taste like shampoo.

3. Beats by Dre headphones was a home run smash, we all know that, but what the f— was Curtis’s SMS Audio headphones? That was some straight bulls— the FEDs had something to do with. Those are snitch headphones, you can be in your car and hear the people’s conversation in the vehicle next to you.

4. Diddy got Ciroc and its still selling worldwide and you can’t find Efen in no stores and it’s well known the shit taste like rubbing alcohol.”

50 Cent shocked most folks when he opted to take the high road in his response to Mayweather’s IG beatdown, and actually had the audacity to say he’s tired of the back-and-forth. This is the same Fifty who has been relentless and merciless — even bloodthirsty — when he is the troll initiator trying to collect debts or throwing shade at Wendy Williams. But he did manage to slip in a verbal “punch” at Mayweather after the bell.

Terry Shropshire
Terry Shropshire

A military veteran and Buckeye State native, I've written for the likes of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Atlanta Business Chronicle and the Detroit Free Press. I'm a lover of words, photography, books, travel, animals and The Ohio State Buckeyes. #GoBucks



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