King Combs Takes Aim At 50 Cent In New Diss Track, 50 Responds

By Tony M. Centeno

May 13, 2024

King Combs & 50 Cent
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King Combs is sick of all the disrespect aimed at his pops Diddy especially from one his loudest critics 50 Cent.

On Sunday, May 12, the second eldest son of Sean "Diddy" Combs released a new song called "Pick A Side" on his YouTube channel. On the bass-filled diss track, King Combs calls out 50 Cent by name for firing shots at his dad amid an ongoing sex trafficking investigation that's currently plaguing his family.

“I dare one of you n***as scream out ‘no Diddy,'” the "Can't Stop Won't Stop rapper spits on the song.


“When all they had was 50 Cent who put the city on the map?" Combs continues. "Stop lying, pops been hated on by many men and n***a, that’s fine/They gon’ try to stop these Eminems and they gon’ die tryin."

50 Cent has been calling out Diddy's shady business practices way before Cassandra Ventura filed the first bombshell lawsuit against her ex last year. Following the speedy settlement, Fif launched more verbal attacks against the Bad Boy founder on Instagram as each update in the case was made public. As most fans expected, the "Power" creator swiftly responded to King Combs' diss track on Sunday and also gave him a dose of what he's been serving up to his pops over the past few months.

“I feel so threatened by the things Christian is saying on his record," 50 Cent said sarcastically in his Instagram caption. I’m afraid for my life, please don’t hurt me guys. I never mentioned or posted anything about puffy’s kids because KEEFE D said he killed 2Pac LOL.”

“Damn @kingcombs that what you told Grace O’Marcaigh on that boat huh, gave her the puffy juice with that special sauce in it. LOL BOY OH BOY! BAD BOY FOR LIFE!” Fif wrote in another post, which refers to a recent lawsuit filed against King Combs and his dad last month.

See what else 50 Cent said about King Combs and find out what The Breakfast Club thinks about the situation below.

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