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50 Cent Continues to Bully Steve Stoute and Rick Ross With New Photo

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50 Cent is still putting the heat on Steve Stoute. After confronting him at a Knicks game last Friday (Feb. 28), the New York rhymer continues to poke fun at the advertising executive.

Recently, Fif posted a split image on Instagram with a comedic caption. One photo is of a pink shirt-wearing Stoute hugging Diddy who, oddly enough, is wearing a pink shirt as well. The other photo shows Diddy and Rick Ross from a weird angle, which makes them look like they are kissing. The G-Unit leader has had a long-standing beef with the latter.

“I aint saying nothing,but something ain’t right. Lmao #smsaudio,” 50 wrote as the caption to the image. He eventually deleted the photo without explanation, but like all viral content, once it hits the Internet, it never really goes away.

We can understand why the ‘In Da Club’ rapper is going after Stoute and Rozay. Both men have been the target of 50’s ire for quite some time. Unfortunately, it appears as if Diddy was collateral damage in the ‘Before I Self Destruct’ creator’s ongoing campaign to bully both Stoute and Rozay.

On Saturday (March 1), 50 Cent posted a video mocking Stoute called ‘When Talking S— Goes Wrong.’ In the clip, footage from Tupac Shakur’s ‘Juice’ is used to reenact his confrontation with Stoute at the Knicks game.

While we don’t condone bullying, it looks like 50 Cent is igniting old beefs with his archenemies.

Watch 50 Cent’s ‘When Talking S— Goes Wrong’ Video

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