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Meek Mill defends King Combs against 50 Cent’s trolling

Meek Mill defends Diddy’s son King Combs after 50 Cent Diss track.
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The hip-hop community is witnessing another high-profile feud as Meek Mill defends Diddy’s son, King Combs, following a diss track aimed at 50 Cent. The track, “Pick A Side,” sees Combs taking shots at 50 Cent, a long-time critic of his father, Diddy. The song’s lyrics reference the elder Combs’ resilience against his detractors, with a notable nod to 50 Cent’s track, “Many Men.”

50 Cent’s Social Media Retaliation

Not one to shy away from controversy, 50 Cent responded in a typical fashion, using social media to troll his new adversary. This prompted Philadelphia rapper Meek Mill to join the fray, defending King Combs in a series of now-deleted posts. Meek Mill’s defense highlighted the generational gap and called out 50 Cent for engaging in online disputes with younger artists.

The Ongoing Saga of 50 Cent’s Feuds

50 Cent, known for his relentless approach to feuds, clapped back at Meek Mill by mocking the sales of his latest album. Despite the personal jabs, the exchange underscores a broader willingness among rappers to confront 50 Cent, who is currently dealing with his legal challenges.

In a recent development, 50 Cent’s ex-wife Daphne Joy Narvaez publicly criticized him, accusing him of serious personal misconduct. This has led to 50 Cent filing a defamation lawsuit against Narvaez, further complicating the rapper’s legal entanglements.


The latest developments in the hip-hop world reflect the ever-evolving dynamics of artist relationships and the impact of personal issues spilling into the public arena. As the community watches these feuds unfold, it’s clear that the lines between personal vendettas and professional rivalries are becoming increasingly blurred.

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