It’s no secret Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson has an ongoing beef with talk show host Wendy Williams.
The New York rapper who’s often referred to as the “King of Trolling,” not only bashed Williams on social media this week, he dragged comedian and actress Tiffany Haddish in his tomfoolery.
50 cent jumped on Instagram Friday night to roast the 55-year-old television personality’s physical appearance. He reposted a photo that Haddish shared of her Williams out and about at lunch, writing in his caption, “👀 Tiffany wait, there’s a monster on your shoulder don’t move. What ever you do don’t look to your left. LOL 🤨 Ugly motherf–ker.” He also added in his comment section, “Somebody call Ghostbusters 🤨”
The “Wanksta” rapper instantly received backlash for his apparent cruel antics.
“Camon bro 😩 end of the day she is still a women, no metter what she have done, so lets respect ourselves couse we are man ;)”
“This is not even funny. Needs to be reported. #bully”
“I love your music but this is so wrong.. the world is already f–ked up and filled with hate. Use your plattform to spread love 🖕🏾.”
50 Cent shot back at critics saying, “Aww leave her alone 50 her husband left her and she a crack head .🤔 get the f–k out of here.”
His “disrespectful” post towards Williams comes days after he reportedly denied her entry to his Tycoon pool party he hosted last weekend. Posting a video of the mother of one standing outside of his star-studded event, he wrote on Instagram Aug. 18, “🤔 you can’t just show up to my PARTY if you been talking about me. 🤨B–h wait out side.”
Williams and 50 first started beefing in 2018 when the daytime host suggested the rapper is gay.
“I don’t like her,” he reportedly told Hollywood Life during an interview. ” You know why? She said things about me consistently over the years and it was at points that I was not necessarily in control of the things that she was talking about and you’ll find it’s really not.”
He added, “When you’re sensitive to certain things that people are really not just using it for their personal content and gain. But now that she’s successful, I can say things about her. If she wasn’t as successful, I wouldn’t even be talking about her. It would be me bullying a woman.”