50 Cent is not done beefing with Diddy. The rapper-actor reignited his feud with the hip-hop mogul after an ex-detective of the Los Angeles Police Department alleged that Diddy is responsible for the death of the rapper-actor Tupac Shakur.
Thursday, 50 Cent posted a screenshot of a New York Daily News article citing the former detective who pinned Tupac’s death on Diddy. The “Power” actor wrote in the caption: “Lmao so Puff wit the s--- hun? See you gotta watch these punks, scary a-- n---- a try you. #nopuffyjuice he killed Your favorite Rapper.”
50 Cent then posted a video of himself on a fake phone call talking about Tupac’s murder. “D--- Fool you killed my favorite Rapper? F--- you puffy,” he captioned the video before deleting it.
Diddy has not responded either to 50 Cent’s diss or to the allegation he orchestrated the “Dear Mama” rapper’s death.
According to the Huffington Post, Greg Kading, an ex-detective with the LAPD, plans to provide evidence Diddy is responsible in the Netflix documentary, “Murder Rap.” Based on Kading’s 2011 book of the same name, the documentary will make its debut on the streaming site in the spring. In the book, Kading claims Diddy paid gang member Duane Keith “Keffe D” Davis $1 million to kill Tupac and his manager, Suge Knight. According to Kading, Davis’ cousin, Orlando “Baby Lane” Anderson, pulled the trigger, shooting Tupac multiple times Sept. 7, 1996, after he left a boxing match in Las Vegas. The rapper died of his wounds Sept. 13.
50 Cent’s recent jabs at Diddy don’t represent the first time the “Outta Control” rapper has bashed his rival. In November, 50 Cent mocked Diddy’s “MMM” album, calling it “trash” and saying it “gets no play in nobody’s ride.”
According to XXL, the feud between 50 Cent and Diddy began more than a year ago when the former became a spokesman for Effen Vodka. Diddy has been the face of competing Ciroc Vodka since 2007.