50 Cent irate that Wendy Williams crashed his party

Wendy Williams hosts #HealthyHeartSelfie Challenge at the Initiative New York headquarters in New York, New York. (Photo credit: Janet Mayer / Splash News)

Social media troll king, 50 Cent, made a big deal about how he was temporarily able to block daytime talk show host Wendy Williams from attending his party at the Tycool Pool Party in New Jersey.

But Curtis Jackson, 44, did not anticipate that Williams, 54, would have connects with the New Jersey Police Department. That officer, TMZ stated, recognized Williams and escorted her and her son, Kevin Hunter Jr., directly to Snoop Dogg’s section, where she was able to avoid 50 Cent altogether.

According to TMZ, Williams knew that Fifty would be at the Aug. 18 party, but she was unaware that the “In Da Club” rapper was hosting. The bash also featured the likes of Trey Songz, Jaquees and Fabolous. But with Williams wanting to continue her son’s birthday celebration weekend, she would not be deterred from having Hunter Jr. meet his idol, Snoop Dogg.

A source told Hollywood Life that “50 wanted nothing to do with Wendy at his party. He wanted her to never even make it in and didn’t even expect her to be at the door to attempt to get in. He doesn’t want to be associated with her, and that is why he always goes after her on social media. She was never invited and never would be invited. She is the last person he would want to see at his party.”

As rolling out reported previously, Fifty even had one of his associates record Williams being held up at the door in order to humiliate her. See the Instagram clip below:

The plan failed due to Williams having strategic connections in her own home state.

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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