50 Cent Reacts To Disturbing Video Of Diddy Attacking Cassie

By Tony M. Centeno

May 17, 2024

50 Cent, Diddy & Cassie
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50 Cent is fanning the flames of the dumpster fire that's currently incinerating the final remains of Sean "Diddy" Combs' innocence.

After the world watched as Diddy assaulted his ex-girlfriend Cassie in security footage that surfaced on Friday, May 17, the G-Unit founder shared a clip from the video, which shows the more graphic angles of the incident, and offered his thoughts on the situation.

"👀Now I’m sure puffy didn’t do it, he is innocent this proves nothing ! This is what his lawyers are gonna say, God help us all 🙏🏿" Fif wrote in his caption.

50 Cent has yet to loosen his grip on the Bad Boy founder's neck. Although he had been critical of Diddy's shady business practices in the past, the "Power" creator has been relentless in his attacks against Combs ever since Cassie filed the first major sexual assault lawsuit against Diddy last year. In her complaint, she detailed a violent incident that happened in March 2016. She alleged Diddy was drunk when he punched her in the face and gave her a black eye. The former couple settled the lawsuit for an undisclosed amount the day after the lawsuit was filed.

In the months that followed, 50 Cent took every opportunity he could to fire shots at Diddy. Back in April, he reposted a video of Shyne talking about Diddy's recent legal troubles and even cracked jokes at the embattled artist's expense. Recently, Diddy's son King Combs decided to defend his dad by dissing Fif in his song "Pick A Side."

“When all they had was 50 Cent who put the city on the map?" King Combs raps. "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."

Fif didn't take long to respond to the record. He hopped on Instagram later that day and referenced both Combs' ongoing legal issues in a now-deleted timeline post.

See what else 50 Cent had to say below.

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