Floyd Mayweather Trashes Ex Friend 50 Cent – Details How He Lost His Rap Career, Compares His Liquor To Rubbing Alcohol 

Floyd Mayweather Trashes Ex Friend 50 Cent – Details How He Lost His Rap Career, Compares His Liquor To Rubbing Alcohol 

In the latest battle between the two frienemies, undefeated lightweight boxing champion, Floyd “Money” Mayweather launched a bomb on Instagram over the weekend, going after rapper/entrepreneur, Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson. In Floyd’s post, the boxer threw a few stiff jabs were it hurts, right in 50’s pockets. In detail, Floyd begins his by comparing how many times 50 was shot in 2000, to how he lost his rap career.

“It was only 4 shots that ended Curtis Jackson Rap career.”

First Floyd writes how he lost his battle with rapper/producer, Kanye West, over the first week sales of their 2007 albums Curtis and Graduation.

1. You tried desperately to revive your career by going head to head with Kanye West and got dragged publicly, taking a unanimous decision loss.”

Floyd continues to compare the rapper’s businesses by trashing 50’s champagne, calling it shampoo.

“2. Jay Z been killing the champagne game with Ace of Spade selling worldwide at premium prices for well over a decade, while Curtis got a bottle with a cheap chess piece on it that taste like shampoo.”

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Next, the boxer add more insult to 50’s headphones.

“3. Beats by Dre headphones was a home run smash, we all know that, but what the f*ck was Curtis’s SMS Audio headphones? That was some straight bullsh*t the FEDs had something to do with. Those are snitch headphones, you can be in your car and hear the people’s conversation in the vehicle next to you.”

To end his post, Floyd calls 50’s Efen alcohol business rubbing alcohol,

“4.Diddy got Ciroc and its still selling worldwide and you can’t find Efen in no stores and it’s well known the shit taste like rubbing alcohol.”

50 Cent responded on Instagram with a more positive message compared to his usual clap backs. He still manages to add in a slight insult about Floyd’s reading skills. He writes,
“Tell Floyd I said he won he is the greatest of all time. And nobody I mean nobody can ever take that away from him what he’s done with his life is amazing. I’m done with all of the back and forth. Now Can Someone Please Read This To Champ.”

This rivalry will surly continue.

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Authored by: Gregory Molette