- 50 Cent has responded to actress Vivica A Fox who claimed the rapper can't handle a black woman
- Vivica, who is 50's ex, said the musician doesn’t want to be challenged but he wants someone who will sit like a "pretty little dog"
- The In Da Club hitmaker shared a video of Vivica on social media and then claimed she was still angry and in love with him
50 Cent has responded to actress Vivica A Fox who claimed the rapper can't handle a black woman. Vivica, who is 50's ex, said the musician doesn’t want to be challenged but he wants someone who will sit like a "pretty little dog that you can just pay".
She was responding to the In Da Club hitmaker's recent derogatory comments about black women. 50 Cent recently featured on The Apple Music show Young Money Radio hosted by another rapper Lil Wayne.
FreshHipHopMag reports that Vivica decided to clap back at 50's remarks. She appeared on a show called Cocktails With Queens.
"He just has such f*ckboi tendencies. When I read that, I was like, ‘Really? You would say that.'
"He can't handle a black woman," she added.
Responding to what Vivica said, the rapper shared a video of Vivica and then claimed she was still angry and in love with him.
"Vivica is still in love with me. I dated her for 4 months 17 years ago and she is still angry with me. I’m starting to feel like my [eggplant emoji] is serious. LOL."
Just hours before responding, 50 shared a video of his discussion on Young Money Radio. He captioned the post:
"What I said is true, now picture me, unaffected, unapologetic and unavailable for any other comments."
Briefly.co.za reported that T.I has challenged 50 Cent to a Verzuz rap battle. The About The Money hitmaker wants to go hit-for-hit with the fellow US muso. T.I recorded a video and posted it online for 50 Cent to see on his birthday.
"For your birthday, I offer you a challenge, sir. Pull your a** up with 20 of your records, man. Sit across from me, man. And get this work, man."
T.I said 50 could bring his whole G-Unit crew and Eminem and Dr Dre to the battle.
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