“Nick like so that’s it, nobody cares about my dis record,” he captioned the post. “No Nobody cares LOL.”
Once again, Cannon fired back at Fiddy with another still from Django Unchained featuring Samuel L. Jackson and Leonardo DiCaprio, politely asking the Power mogul to take Em’s place on the show. [apple_news_ad type=”any”]
“@50Cent since Massa is incapacitated we cordially invite you to come to the show @mtvwildnout and get his smoke!!” he wrote. “LOL.”
This all kicked off earlier this month when Fat Joe dropped the single “Lord Above” featuring Shady and Mary J. Blige. As part of his verse, Em took several shots at Cannon and his ex-wife Mariah Carey.
Consequently, Cannon attempted to reel Em into a battle with the aforementioned diss tracks. But so far, the Detroit-bred rap god has only issued a pair of tweets, demanding an apology.
Cannon has since declared himself the victor in the (mostly) one-sided beef.