Fity Vs Puffy Is A War Long Time Coming....!

50 Cent has repeatedly mocked Sean “Diddy” Combs on social media following his numerous sexual assault lawsuits and the raids on his Los Angeles and Miami homes by federal agents—but the rappers have been embroiled in a decades-long beef featuring everything from diss tracks to competing vodka brands to personal insults.

Hours after federal Homeland Security Investigations agents raided Combs’ Los Angeles and Miami homes on Monday, 50 Cent tweeted: “Now it’s not Diddy do it, it’s Diddy done :man_shrugging:t4:they don’t come like that unless they got a case.

The raids were conducted as part of a federal sex trafficking investigation, multiple news outlets reported.

50 Cent has made several posts on Instagram since the raid, including several memes mocking Diddy and two posts dragging rapper Jay-Z into the drama, with one post questioning Jay-Z’s alleged silence and another in which he joked Jay-Z is “waving at puffy jet.”

50 Cent also reportedly posted a now-deleted picture of the raids on Diddy’s homes, stating: “Sh*t just got real the Fed’s in all the cribs.”

50 Cent also repeatedly targeted Combs on social media after he faced a wave of sexual assault lawsuits between November and March.

Source Of Their Beef:

In a 2006 diss track titled “The Bomb,” 50 Cent alleged Combs knew who shot the Notorious B.I.G., the rapper who was killed in a drive-by shooting at the age of 24 in 1997. Combs was reportedly with the late rapper the night of the shooting, but was in another vehicle. 50 Cent has since accused Combs of continuing to profit off the name of the Notorious B.I.G., who was signed to Combs’ Bad Boy Records label, through posthumous releases and sampling the late rapper’s material in his own songs. 50 Cent has also insinuated on multiple occasions, including as recently as December, that Combs was involved with the 1997 murder of Tupac Shakur. Authorities have not accused Combs of wrongdoing regarding Tupac and the rapper called the insinuations “nonsense” in a 2016 interview. He has also made comments about Combs’ sexuality on numerous occasions, calling him “fruity” in a 2018 interview, pointing to an instance in which Combs asked 50 Cent to go shopping (which Combs said in an interview was because he thought 50 Cent “needed some clothes”). 50 Cent also claimed he doesn’t go to Combs’ parties because he’d “hug you from the front and the back at the same time.” 50 Cent also trolled Combs over their competing vodka brands in 2015, repeatedly tweeting the hashtag #nopuffyjuice to deride Combs’ Ciroc company.

In December, 50 Cent announced his production company, G-Unit Film & Television, would produce a documentary about the sexual assault allegations levied against Combs, and proceeds would be donated to victims of sexual assault. 50 Cent posted an image that appears to be a promotional poster for a documentary titled “Diddy Do It?” on Instagram on Wednesday, causing a spike in search for the title, though the poster’s artist Kode Abdo confirmed to Forbes it is not a poster for a real show.

Combs has been sued numerous times since November, when singer Casandra Ventura, known professionally as Cassie, sued Combs, alleging the rapper raped her in 2018 and had physically abused her for years while they were in a relationship. They settled the lawsuit later that month for an undisclosed amount, though Combs’ lawyers said the settlement was “in no way an admission of wrongdoing.” Also in November, plaintiff Joie Dickerson-Neal sued Combs, alleging he drugged and sexually assaulted her in 1991 and that he had filmed the incident. An anonymous plaintiff additionally sued Combs and singer-songwriter Aaron Hall in November, alleging they raped her and a friend in 1990 or 1991. Another anonymous plaintiff sued Combs in December, accusing him of participating in a gang rape of the plaintiff while she was 17 in 2003. Music producer Rodney “Lil Rod” Jones sued Combs in February, alleging unwanted sexual advances by associates of Combs and that Combs held “sex-trafficking parties.”

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50 knows once ciroc goes down after Puffy is in hands of ,what the fuck is the name of that police who chocked saint Floyd? In jail , his liquor brand will now shine , he wants to finish jay z so that he coughs few last raps before he took expires but taking down jay will be hard coz niggas will riot from Paris to Manhattan


SUGE KNIGHT TO DIDDY…WATCH YOUR BACK, PUFFY …‘Brother Love’ Handle Won’t Fly in Prison!!!

Suge Knight isn’t above kicking a man when he’s down, especially when the man is Diddy … because he has an ominous reaction to the federal raids on the Bad Boy mogul’s homes.

TMZ Hip Hop obtained this new commentary from Suge – we’re told it’s an outtake from his “Collect Call” podcast with Dave Mays – and the Death Row founder is clearly convinced his longtime rival is destined for a prison … just like him.

Suge says his thoughts and prayers are with Diddy’s kids … particularly Justin and King Combs , who were detained in handcuffs – but not arrested – in L.A. while feds conducted the raid.

Suge says the allegations against Diddy – made in several civil lawsuits – are ugly stains for hip hop and Black culture and suggests he turn himself in to the authorities.

It’s important to note, Diddy has not been arrested or charged with any crimes, but Suge obviously thinks he knows how this is all going to play out, now that the U.S. Attorney’s Office is on the case.

The audio is Suge’s only official comment on Diddy’s drama – his X account is still being hacked with fake posts at the moment.

He goes more into detail about his issues with Diddy, as well as Jermaine Dupri, on his most recent podcast episode.

Suge’s friend Big Jake was infamously killed in 1995 outside an Atlanta party, and he’s been beefing with JD and Puffy – as Suge still refers to him – ever since. And, of course, there’s the old East Coast vs. West Coast rap wars.

50 Cent’s Baby Mother Daphne Joy is named in Diddy’s Lawsuit. She is accused of receiving a monthly fee from Diddy to serve as a sex worker.

In the $30 million lawsuit court documents against rapper P. Diddy, the name of Daphne Joy appears as an alleged sex worker who received monthly payments from him. She is 50 Cent’s baby momma and she does not take kindly to jomes at her expense.

50 Cent’s online battle with his ex Joy got even uglier on Thursday after he branded her a ‘sex worker’ in an Instagram post linking her to the embattled hip hop mogul Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs.

50 Cent's ex Daphne Joy was seen for the first time since she was named as as the 'sex worker' named in a $30m lawsuit against Diddy , which alleges the latter paid a monthly fee for sexual services to her

50 Cent’s ex Daphne Joy was seen for the first time since she was named as as the ‘sex worker’ named in a $30m lawsuit against Diddy , which alleges the latter paid a monthly fee for sexual services to her

Joy, 37, was also stepping out on Friday hours after accusing her ex 50 Cent, 48, of 'raping and physically abusing' her. The pair share a son Sire, 11


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Joy, 37, was also stepping out on Friday hours after accusing her ex 50 Cent, 48, of ‘raping and physically abusing’ her. The pair share a son Sire, 11

Joy smiled as she headed to the gym clad in a black baseball cap, tracksuit and sneakers

Joy smiled as she headed to the gym clad in a black baseball cap, tracksuit and sneakers

The In Da Club rapper shared a photo of Diddy with Joy when they were pictured together in Miami Beach in 2021 as he accused her of turning to the 54-year-old rapper-turned-entrepreneur for money after he turned down her advances.

50 Cent’s post arrived shortly after Joy accused him of raping her in a blistering Instagram post.

She also claimed that he had been an absent father to their 11-year-old son Sire. 50 Cent denied her allegations in a statement shared with

The latest back-and-forth between the exes was set off after the music producer Rodney ‘Lil Rod’ Jones alleged in a sex trafficking lawsuit filed against Diddy that Joy was a sex worker who had been paid by the Bad Boy Records founder. She has denied the lawsuit’s claim that she was a sex worker and has branded it ‘character assassination.’

50 Cent appeared to have reposted the photo of Diddy and Joy around a pool to emphasize their closeness in his post.

‘You moved a mile away in hopes of having another baby with me but I was busy,’ the rapper (real name: Curtis Jackson III) began his caption while addressing his ex.

He went on to claim that she then turned to Diddy for support after he rebuffed her.

‘So you moved back and then you started receiving money from Brother Love. Now here we are, little sex worker,’ he added. Diddy legally changed his middle name from ‘Sean’ to ‘Love’ in 2017.

Diddy brushed off the drama amid his numerous legal woes as he stepped out with his twin daughters Jessie and D'Lila on Thursday


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Diddy brushed off the drama amid his numerous legal woes as he stepped out with his twin daughters Jessie and D’Lila on Thursday

50 Cent concluded his post on an odd note by tagging his cognac and champagne labels.

‘Delusional,’ Joy simply wrote in a comment on the post.

Later on Thursday, he returned with another Instagram post that appeared to allude to the lawsuit naming Joy as a sex worker.

The rapper reposted a photo of himself with a graphic claiming his ‘Final Lap Tour’ was on track to be among the ‘top 3 highest-grossing hip-hop tours of all time.’

‘Whistle while you work guys, that’s my theme for today,’ he began his caption.

‘I made all this money and I’m practicing abstinence, [shrugging emoji] I don’t want a little sex worker,’ he added, before again tagging his alcohol brands, as well as the account for his tour.

Ama 50 pia alichunishwa sukuma? Nikama he is trying to divert attention

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How music mogul Puff created his $ 1 Billion empire

His success and wealth aren’t new. In 2002, Fortune named him one of America’s Richest 40 Under 40 with an estimated worth of $293.7 million.

The rapper’s venture into the world of business began at the same time he released his first rap album, “No Way Out,” in 1997. The musician also launched his first clothing label — Sean John — the same year.

The brand landed in Bloomingdale’s in 1998 and now brings in annual revenue exceeding $525 million, Macy’s reported. Additionally, Sean John invested in the brand Zac Posen in 2004. By 2008, Combs’ clothing brand had acquired Liz Clairborne’s brand, Enyce, for $20 million, according to Fortune.

Combs eventually signed an agreement with Macy’s in 2010 to make the department store the sole distributor of his brand.

Combs isn’t just in the music and clothing business. He’s also one of many celebrities to work with an alcohol brand.

In 2007, Combs entered into a 50/50 partnership with alcohol brand Diageo, which was designed to increase sales of the product. The partnership focused on Cîroc vodka and DeLeón tequila and earned the rapper an estimated $60 million annually, according to reports.

As of 2023, Diageo now owns 100% of Cîroc and DeLeón.

Then there’s his acting career.

Combs also began acting in the 2010s. His biggest role was playing Sergio in “Get Him to the Greek,” alongside Jonah Hill and Russell Brand. The rapper also had parts in “Monsters Ball,” “Bad Boy II” and “Godzilla.” He also landed appearances on multiple TV shows, such as “Entourage,” “Hawaii Five-0” and “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia.”

Russell Brand, left, and Sean “Diddy” Combs attend the Los Angeles premiere of “Get Him to the Greek” on May 25, 2010. Getty Images© Getty Images

In 2022, Combs bought cannabis production facilities and retail stores in several states in a deal worth $185 million, Fortune reported.

His most recent business endeavor was in 2023 with the launch of an online marketplace called Empower Global that specifically features Black-owned businesses.

“With culture and community at its core, Empower Global’s digital marketplace elevates the Black economy by creating opportunities for Black entrepreneurs to build and scale successful businesses and for everyone to ‘Shop Black’ daily with ease,” the website said. “Headquartered in Atlanta, Empower Global is the premier destination to discover and explore Black-owned businesses worldwide.”

Original article source: Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs’ $1 billion fortune at risk after bombshell allegations: How music mogul created his empire

In 2003, the Grammy Award-winning artist, known as 50 Cent, purchased a lavish mansion from the ex-wife of former boxing champion Mike Tyson for a town-record $4.1 million. This extravagant acquisition followed the success of his album “Get Rich or Die Tryin’.” Situated at 50 Poplar Hill Drive, the colossal residence spans 50,000 square feet and boasts over 50 rooms, aligning perfectly with the rapper’s iconic moniker.

However, despite the auspicious beginnings, the mansion’s fate took a downturn over the years. After more than a decade, 50 Cent sold the suburban Connecticut estate at a significant loss, fetching only $2.9 million, which amounted to an 84% reduction from his initial asking price. The sale, chronicled by the Wall Street Journal, drew attention to the property’s extravagant features, including stripper poles, gangsta murals, and a grand cathedral atrium, all tailored to the rapper’s extravagant taste.

The mansion’s controversial reputation, labeled as “the most notorious house in Connecticut” by the Hartford Courant, may have contributed to its struggles on the market. Despite its allure and opulence, the customizations proved too niche for potential buyers, highlighting the challenges of reconciling personal extravagance with market demands.

At Some Point The Fun stops!

I think the kunguru cheated with Diddy while 50. The bitterness has been running since he was rapping.