On Thursday (May 21), Fif shared a photo of the basketball star on Instagram with a story about a previous run-in, though he didn’t explain what provoked him to post it. According to the G-Unit rapper, Jabbar wasn’t interested in speaking when they met, so now 50’s no longer interested either.
“Yo i was in the airport one time, i looked i said oh shit that’s Kareem abdujabar,” 50 began. “i went and said what’s up, he looked at me like i was crazy. I said oh shit. well fuck you then, you old ass nigga I don’t give a fuck about a sky hook nigga, niggas been trying to kill me shhiiittt fuck you. I was mad i said something to his ass.”
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🤔yo i was in the airport one time, i looked i said oh shit that’s Kareem abdujabar i went and said what’s up, he looked at me like i was crazy👀I said oh shit 🤔😠well fuck you then, you old ass nigga I don’t give a fuck about a sky hook nigga, niggas been trying to kill me shhiiittt fuck you.😡I was mad i said something to his ass. #bransoncognac #lecheminduroi
Earlier this week, 50 used Instagram to clear himself from a brewing controversy. Lushsux, the Australian street artist who’s been trolling 50 with mashup murals, revealed he’d been previously hospitalized the same day the television mogul jokingly called for him to get a beatdown.
Though he did say the artist “need a ass whoppin bad,” 50 quickly made it clear it had nothing to do with him.
“The artist got [punched] in the [face] that wasn’t me i didn’t do that,” 50 wrote.
So far, Jabbar has not responded to 50’s latest accusation.