50 Cent Teases Beyoncé Over AI “In Da Club” Country Remake

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NEW YORK, NEW YORK – JUNE 06: Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson speaks onstage during the “Power Book II: Ghost” Season 4 New York City Premiere on June 06, 2024 in New York City. (Photo by Slaven Vlasic/Getty Images for STARZ)

50 Cent light-heartedly joked about challenging Beyoncé’s “Cowboy Carter” with his own country album. He shared an AI rendition of his hit “In Da Club,” renamed “Conway Fitty,” poking fun at Beyoncé in the caption, saying, “My country album on the way Beyoncé ain’t got sh*t on me. LOL.”

Fans joined the laughter in the comments, finding 50’s caption hilarious. One wrote, “‘Beyoncé ain’t got sh*t on me.’ is friggin hilarious!” while another added, “They should have never given 50 AI.”

This playful exchange comes after Beyoncé explored country music with her recent album “Cowboy Carter.” However, despite the jest, there has been some tension between 50 and Beyoncé in the past. In 2022, he recalled a confrontation with her and JAY-Z, where Beyoncé appeared ready to fight over their feud. He described her energy as intense, acknowledging their competitive nature, stating, “It’s a competitive nature, that’s it!”

50 Cent’s Instagram post is a playful jab, portraying himself as “Conway Fitty,” complete with a suit and quiff hairstyle. He’s not shy about praising country music, having previously hung out with country star Zach Bryan and commended him as the best new artist in the genre.

However, his relationship with Beyoncé is less warm, marked by past tensions. Despite any animosity, 50 Cent’s humorous posts continue to entertain fans, showcasing his playful side and knack for sparking conversations online.