The frenemy relationship between 50 Cent and boxing star Floyd Mayweather has apparently veered back into the enemy territory.

The undefeated boxer slammed his sometimes friend, sometimes rival in an Instagram post on Saturday (July 22). Mayweather directed a myriad of insults at 50, claiming the G-Unit boss is a snitch and calling out his relationship with his son, Marquise Jackson.

“Curtis ‘Confidential Informant’ Jackson, you’re mad because your oldest son Marquees mother doesn’t want to be with you!” Mayweather wrote. “Your Son, your own flesh and blood don’t want nothing to do with you! You haven’t had a hit song on radio in who knows when and you’re definitely not hot enough to even sell records anymore so Interscope dropped you. You are jealous of any rapper, athlete or entertainer that’s hot or got something going on for themselves.”

He continued, “You are a certified snitch and we got paperwork to prove it. You talk about Ja-Rule but you stole his whole style and ran with it! You’re the only self proclaimed gangster that’s never put in work! You need to pay homage to the real 50cent for stealing his name and his storyline. Your claim to fame was getting shot numerous times & living to tell it and you think that’s Gangster? Where at? You’re currently living in a fucking apartment in Jersey, you are always in somebody else’s business just to stay relevant. You should just become a blogger cause it’s obvious you don’t have nothing going on in your life. Are you mad that Kanye West ended your career?”

Mayweather went on to reference the Starz series Power, which 50 executive produces and stars in as Kanan.

“The only thing you got going on is Power and everybody watches that because Ghost is a dope ass character on the show,” he wrote. “You can leave the show everybody will still watch Power, but out here in the real world I’m The Real Ghost. That’s not a Mansion in Connecticut that you’re in debt for, that’s a dump, a money pit an oversized trap house! It was dope when Mike Tyson had it in the late 80’s early 90’s, but you couldn’t afford to maintain it.”

He added, “You’re always talking about somebody is broke, but the last time I checked it was Curtis Jackson that filed for bankruptcy not Floyd Mayweather. So quick to gossip like a Bitch, why don’t you tell everybody how you got Herpes from DJ. Where’s your memes for that, huh? Or better yet, post on how your Coca-Cola deal wasn’t really 300 million you fucking liar and tell how that spinning G-Unit necklace that somebody got robbed for was fake. Just remember, I was with you everyday and your driver Bruce was my driver also. I know where all your bones are buried, so be easy Curtis Jackson! And by the way, don’t ask to borrow no more money from me.”

Mayweather wasn’t done though, referencing 50’s estranged son in another post.

“Hoes will come and go, but bloodline is forever!” he wrote. “You want to address the world, but forget to address your first born. Don’t worry Marquise, Uncle Floyd still got you! I would hold little man down too, but you’re still not sure if he really belongs to you.”

50 responded to Mayweather’s rant by bringing up the boxer’s history of domestic violence.

“I must have hurt your feelings champ, you had someone write a book I’m gonna take my time with this so I get it all out we are gonna start with your 11 Domestic violence cases,” he wrote in response. “Wait a minute I’ll do them in order remember you asked for this. get the strap #lecheminduroi.”

50 also mocked Mayweather, claiming his friend-turned-rival needed a ghostwriter for the Instagram post.

“This was Floyd rough draft before he got his ghostwriter involved,” he added. “LOL get the strap #lecheminduroi.”

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