50 Cent made a crazy accusation via Instagram on Mar. 2, inferring that Diddy, Rick Ross and record exec Steve Stoute are in a love triangle! For real, Fifty?
We’ve always been of the opinion that what people do with their magic sticks is their own business, but 50 Cent seemed to disagree when he Instagrammed a pic-stitch of rap heavyweights Sean “P-Diddy” Combs, Rick Ross and ex record exec, Steve Stout, and made the suggestion that all three were gay together. Newsflash: if you can’t find Fifty in da club, you can apparently find him creating drama online!
50 Cent Accuses P-Diddy, Rick Ross & Steve Stout Of Being Gay
50 Cent’s Mar. 2 Instagram post, which he deleted very quickly after posting, is made up of two photos: one of Steve and Diddy hugging in pink shirts, and the other of Diddy and Rick looking like they’re about to kiss thanks to the awkward angle of the photo. Fifty captioned the pic very cheekily, writing, “I ain’t saying nothing, but something ain’t right. Lmao #smsaudio.”
Ok, so I have quite a few qualms with this: One, Did Mr. Cent not get the memo that real men wear pink? Two, does he really have so much time on his hands that he can pic-stitch fake relationships into virtual existence and accuse his peers of being gay? And three, what was the point of his posting this clearly inflammatory Insta if he was just going to delete it anyway? (Sidenote: the rule remains that you should always think before you tweet.)
50 Cent Deletes His Own Post
While it was probably a good idea for Fifty to delete his insane post, we all know there is no such thing as actually deleting anything you post online.
The Instagram was offensive — not only to Diddy, Rick, and Steve, but also to gays everywhere — and the fact that he pulled the post seems to be an acknowledgement of that.
What do you think, HollywoodLifers? Did 50 Cent totally cross the line? Do you think anyone will retaliate?
— India Irving