50 Cent Trolls Diddy Over 2Pac Murder Case Using Jada Pinkett Smith Meme: “Thug Life”
The G-Unit boss posted a photo on October 17th on Instagram of 2Pac's final moments in Las Vegas as he rode sh*tgun with Suge Knight before being shot in September 1996.
However, the image was edited to have Jada Pinkett's face sticking out of the car window, her head in a s*xually suggestive position on Pac's lap.
"Thug Life, Jada in New York looking for Puffy," 50 joked in the caption. "LOL, you think you're getting away with this [ninja emoji]."
50's fans couldn't help but laugh at his antics in the comments section. "50, why are you like this," one person asked, while another wrote, "I'm done and I'm off the internet because I have no chill."
50 Cent trolls Jada Pinkett Smith and says she's probably in NYC looking for Diddy 👀‼️ pic.twitter.com/EMH9y3qael— WhatsOnRap (@whatsonrap) October 17, 2023
50 Cent's message comes as Jada Pinkett Smith shed light on her well-documented relationship with 2Pac before his murder.
In a recent interview, Jada Pinkett Smith revealed that All Eyes On Me rapper proposed to her in 1995 while he was serving time in prison, but she turned him down because she thought he would’ve divorced her after his release.
However, in a separate interview, Jada clarified that she and 'Pac never had a romantic relationship and that their close bond was strictly platonic.
As for Diddy, 50 Cent recently claimed that the Bad Boy boss ordered 2Pac's murder and advised him to "get a lawyer."
"Shit, then Pac took inspiration from brotherly love," he wrote on Instagram, referring to Puff's R&B nickname. "LOL It's time to get a lawyer, shit could get sticky."
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Rumors of Diddy's alleged involvement largely hinge on comments made in a 2008 police confession by Duane "Keefe D" Davis, who was charged last month in the unsolved murder of Pac.
The 60-year-old former South Side Compton Crip told detectives that he and Puff discussed a million-dollar deal to kill both 2Pac and Suge Knight, who were in rivalry with Diddy's Bad Boy Records at the time.