In Summary

  • 50 Cent has called out P. Diddy for his involvement in the killing of Tupac.
  • This is the second time 50 Cent is dragging Diddy in the murder of Tupac.
  • Rappers Eminem and Ice Cube have also in the past accused Diddy with Tupac’s killing.

50 Cent has called out fellow rapper P. Diddy for his involvement in the killing of legendary rapper, Tupac Shakur.

Taking to his Instagram, the In Da Club rapper made the statement using P. Diddy’s moniker ‘Love’.

According to 50 Cent, time was really moving fast in unearthing Tupac’s killers and it was time to get a lawyer.

“Damn so Pac got lined by brother love. LOL Time to lawyer up, shit might get sticky.” posted 50 Cent alongside a photo of Tupac sitting in the car with Suge Knight.

The Late Tupac Shakur PHOTO Courtesy

Fans Reactions

50 Cent’s allegations towards Diddy has since lit up the internet with many terming him ‘brave’ in calling out Diddy.

We sampled a few of the reactions below.

“The only celeb that can say it loud, 50 Cent”

“50 Cent the only one that ain’t scared to speak on the situation…rest of these industry niggas real quiet because they don’t wanna miss out on them all white parties”

“Brother Love= P. Diddy for the slow ones”

“Man Puffy know who hit that nigga man that nigga soft”

This is not the first time 50 Cent is calling out Diddy for the killing of Tupac.

In 2016, 50 Cent called out Diddy for his role in the murder of Tupac.

The Get Rich Or Die Tryin’ rapper has also never shied away for alleging that Diddy is bi-sexual.

In a rejoinder, Diddy seemed to be answering 50 Cent through his Instagram by stating that the world was full of hate.

“Happy Monday morning people! There’s a lot of hate in the world. Let’s choose LOVE today!! Monday morning MOOD!!” posted Diddy with B.I.G’s song ‘Mo Money, Mo Problems’ playing in the background.

Other prominent figures in rap to implicate Diddy for Tupac’s murder in recent times were Eminem and Ice Cube among others.



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