50 Cent never holds back on his social commentary and he’s now labeled Gabrielle Union‘s recent infidelity admissions as “hoe shit.”

During a recent appearance on Big Boy’s Neighborhood, 50 dished on a load of topics including the Bring It On star’s cheating in her first marriage to Chris Howard.

The G-Unit boss dissed Union’s mentality for defending her actions at the time because she was the breadwinner financially in the relationship.

“For just saying I was the breadwinner making more money, so now he should just go with whatever I say until she just go find something she like? This really what we talking about this is hoe shit.

“This is the mentality of someone who’s a hoe. Because she’s saying if you got the bigger bag, Big, then I’ll listen, but if the bag ain’t right, I’m out. Gabrielle a hoe. Look at the mentality connected to it. If you saying the guy has to have more money than you to sit still, Big, are you buying this car or are you leasing?

“You just giving her some money for her to sit still because you up. But in the event you experience a low-point, then she has the right to go out becuase she’s earning more than you at that point? This is hoe shit.”

“This is what the hoes would do under the circumstances of now, OK, he was up for a second and now he’s not, Junior got more so she rolling over there. To have Gabrielle say it is crazy.”

You can check out 50’s interview with Big Boy below:

Gabrielle Union made the cheating revelation as a guest on Dax Shepard’s Armchair Expert podcast earlier in January.

“In my first marriage, neither one of us felt like the marriage should get in the way of our dating,” she said. “So, keeping up with his activities, like, ‘Oh, that’s what you’re doing? You’re going to feel this one.’ And I just felt entitled to it as well.

“I was paying all the bills, I was working my ass off, and I felt like that’s what comes, the spoils of riches. Like my dad before me, whoever has the most gets to do whatever the hell they want is what I thought. It was just dysfunctional from day one.”

Union was married to the former NFL player for five years after filing for divorce in 2006. She began dating NBA player Dwyane Wade in 2010 and they tied the knot in 2014.

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Elsewhere in his interview with Big Boy, 50 Cent said that he lost millions of dollars as a result of purchasing a house once owned by legendary boxer Mike Tyson.

The 50,000-square-foot home had 21 bedrooms, 25 bathrooms, an indoor pool, hot tub, green-screen room, indoor court, multiple game rooms, a recording studio and even a nightclub.

“The Tyson crib was like that, that was definitely it,” 50 Cent said after being asked if he had any financial regrets. “I paid $4.1 [million] and I sold it for $3 [million].”

Big Boy then asked him to lay out the cost of maintaining a property of that magnitude. “I had it for 14 years, the upkeep was about $700,00 a year,” 50 Cent said.