AceShowbiz - Holding back is one thing that 50 Cent doesn't know. After getting his money back from Lala Kent's fiance Randall Emmett, the rapper is calling out Jackie Long for not paying back the money he previously lent to him.
Posting a photo of the actor/musician on his Instagram account, Fif wrote, "This punk a** n***a @jackielong better give me my money. You on BET now you can have mine by Monday fool." Jackie was quick to hit back in the comment section, claiming that he already paid up $250,000.
"Jacki interest Jackie you gotta pay me," Fif replied. He then dragged Puff Daddy into the arguement as he wrote, "Puff was gonna kill you fool. I saved your life n***a."
Jackie apparently didn't think he owed him money after paying him the said $250,000. Taking to his own Instagram page, Jackie wrote alongside a photo of Fif, "if you give me money and I give you right back what the f**k you mad about. Get the f**k outta here !!!!"
Ray J then inserted himself in the back-and-forth between Jackie and Fif by siding Jackie in his post. "Now we calling @jackielong Billboard Jack! Bc everywhere we drive in Hollywood I see a big a** billboard of tha homie!! #LevelUp #progression," he said along with a photo of him posing with Jackie.
Fif surely noticed the show of camaraderie and responded to it by slamming Ray J on a separate post. "@rayj putting up pictures of this n***a he owe me money. I'm not like you ray you let @kimkardashian run off wit all the f***ing money. mind ya business," he slammed the rapper.
Ray J apparently was not the only one who jumped into Jackie's defense. Nick Cannon left a comment on his post, telling him not to let "that big n***a bully you! Make it rain on these n***as Jack! LOL!"
Hitting back at Nick, Fif took a jab at the former husband of Mariah Carey in a new post. "Just caught this sucker a** n***a @nickcannontalking s**t up under Jackie long page, stay outta my business punk," Fif wrote.
Prior to this, the "Candy Shop" rapper was feuding with Randall Emmett as he demanded that he paid his $1 million loan. He posted screenshot of his conversation with the filmmaker, who begged Cent to stop posting because he agreed to "all the terms" that the hip-hop musician offered to him. He additionally promised that he would transfer the money soon.
And just like his promise, Fif immediately ended his feud once Randall wired the money to him. "Ok I just got the wire a**hole, Back to my regular scheduled program," he said. "I got my money back, so I have no problem with @randallemmett in fact I'm wishing him and his family a very blessed day. Positive vibes now you guys."