50 Cent responded to Meek Mill asking him to join in donating water to Flint, Michigan.

“Even a ?Head knows we are supposed to help out Flint Michigan,” 50 Cent writes today (January 18), on Instagram for the caption of a picture of a faucet with running water. “I’m a ambassador for feeding America, I’m working with the United Nations world food program. I’ll find out what are the right organizations to donate to. It’s a tax right off anyway ? Head #FRIGO #SMSAUDIO.”

The G-Unit rapper deleted the image minutes after posting it.

He then posted another meme, this one of Meek Mill accepting a certificate for “Most L’s Taken.”

“You know you only trying donate so you can try and use it in court ?head,” 50 writes. “You don’t have money to give away. When Nikki find out you playing with her boy oh boy your in for it.”

Earlier today, Meek Mill responded to a Twitter user asking the rappers, who were sending jabs back and forth yesterday (January 17) to think about the water crisis in the city instead of engaging in the Rap beef. Meek Mill asked 50 Cent to match his donation of $50,000.

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(This article was first published today [January 18] at 11:00 a.m. PST and is as follows.)

Meek Mill asked 50 Cent today (January 18) to join him in donating water to Flint, Michigan.

After trading jabs with 50 Cent on Instagram yesterday (January 17), Meek Mill responded to a Twitter user who asked the two rappers to focus on a more important issue than Rap beef.

“Somebody tell @MeekMill & @50cent the ppl in #Flint #Michigan could use some water,” a user named RaspyRawls writes. “Their lives depending on it.. #DontWasteEachOthersTime.”

“I got 50k to donate to waters,” the Philadelphia emcee writes for the caption of a screenshot of the tweet. “Let’s see if we can have @50cent match me! I’m pretty sure “flint” supported us! Serious post contact …. Roc nation will purchase for me and ship! Not even just him all entertainers! I ain’t got the tine posting memes and shit… “Way too trill for that” @dallaslifestyle it’s my dawg hometown too! #FORMLKDAY.”

The city of Flint is in a water crisis after it switched from Detroit’s water system to the Flint River in April 2014. The corrosive water was not properly treated and came to homes contaminated with lead and iron. On Saturday (January 16), President Barack Obama declared a national emergency.

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