Kobe Bryant’s life inspired many people and is now doing so in death.
In the wake of the basketball legend’s passing, 50 Cent has announced that he’s not going to argue with anyone in 2020.
On Monday (Jan. 27),the New York rapper took to his Instagram page and posted a video of himself hugging Kobe at a basketball competition that featured the Los Angeles Lakers and New York Knicks. “I feel like i have to achieve what i want in life now after this,” the New York rapper captioned the clip. “I have to focus, i’m not arguing with anyone anymore ill deal with it another way if there’s a problem.”
50 Cent is known for his trolling online, but this message seems sincere. The mastermind behind the hit show “Power” was recently lambasted by Empire star, Taraji P. Henson, for putting down other successful black celebrities.
He also got into a back and forth with fellow New York rapper French Montana after he poked fun at him for buying a 2008 Bugatti vehicle and supposedly taking out a 60-month loan for it.
50 Cent and Ja Rule have one of the longest running rap beefs in history and the two look like they will never come together to resolve their issues.
50 Cent’s latest post comes after 50 called out MSNBC news anchor Alison Morris who appears to have said the N-Word while describing Bryant’s home team the Los Angeles Lakers during a broadcast. “Did this bitch just say that on the air?” he wrote in the caption alongside the offending video. “She gotta get fired for that.” Although Morris issued an apology and denied saying the N-Word, 50 wasn’t buying it.