50 Cent Reacts To Stevie J’s Shirtless Video To King Combs Diss Track

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50 Cent reacts to Stevie J’s selfie-style video to the diss track Diddy’s son, King Combs dropped.

We previously reported that King Combs dropped a new diss track targeting naysayers including 50 Cent. 

On the track, Combs raps in reference to 50, “When all they had was 50 Cent, who put the city on the map, stop lyin’ / Pops been hated on by many men and n***a that’s fine / They gon try to stop these MMs / And they gon die tryin’ / Pull up to the Southside / We locked in, we got ties / Don’t give a f*ck about no blogs cause we really outside.”

Stevie J shared a video in support of the track. He posed shirtless in the mirror as he rapped along to the song.

In a since-deleted post, 50 shares the video and captions it, “Hahahaha why you make a video like this man, LOL I can not wait to be in the same place with you guys. I know you don’t know about me.”

This isn’t the first time 50 and Stevie J exchanged some words. During a previous interview with TMZ, Stevie referred to 50 Cent as an “Uncle Tom.”

“He wants to bring the Black community down worse than anyone else,” Stevie J said. “Now, since he didn’t accept my offer to him and he wanna continue being a comedian, why don’t you go make some movies with Michael Blackson and don’t talk about me.”

He continued, “I find it funny when they first try to crucify somebody, they’ll go through the media first, and they’re just flooded with lies and propaganda. I’m not concerned about this n***a Curtis. He’s Uncle Tom, and that’s just what it is.”