AceShowbiz - Leave it to 50 Cent when it comes to online trolling. The latest victim of his social media antics was Nelly, who shared on Instagram a gorgeous photo of himself and his girlfriend Shantel Jackson, who used to date Fofty's nemesis Floyd Mayweather, Jr.
The said picture featured Nelly and Shantel posing while attending an event celebrating Motown's 60th anniversary. The "Ride Wit Me" rapper looked dapper in a navy suit which he paired with velvet shoes in matching color. Meanwhile, his lady was stunning in a sparkling number that featured a plunging neckling and thigh-high slit, allowing her to put on a leggy display.
Seemingly thinking that it was a good opportunity to make fun of Floyd, Fif decided to leave a shady comment underneath Nelly's post in the photo-sharing site. "Fly s**t, nelly you stole the champ b***h," the rapper/actor wrote. "He just mad at me, that little n***a hate you.LOL."
Neither Nelly nor his boo has responded to Fiddy's comment.
Fiddy and Floyd have been feuding for years and looking at how 50 isn't planning to stop dissing the former athlete, the beef doesn't seem to be over anytime soon. Last month, 50 mocked the 43-year-old over his fashion style.
Floyd posted a picture on Instagram showing him rocking a black suit underneath a Louis Vuitton coat, shiny leather shoes, an expensive-looking necklace and a pair of aviator glasses. He proudly captioned it, "All I do is dress, flex and progress."
Not a fan of Floyd's style, 50 Cent then compared his BFF-turned-enemy's outfit to grandma's style. He took to his own Instagram account to share an edited version of Floyd's snap, with the professional boxing promoter's face being replaced with an old lady's head. He trolled his longtime nemesis, writing, "Champ on his bulls**t again ... dats that granny drip. LOL."
Fofty and Floyd were best friends before their friendship went south in 2012. At that time, 50 said on "The Rickey Smiley Morning Show" that their relationship was strained after Floyd stopped hanging out with him. "Everybody around him is waiting on the next time he feels generous," he said. "And I have a lot, so I don't wait for nobody. It's just a space and time. I'll go and do what I have to do. I don't gotta sit around and wait for the next time he feels like giving somebody something."