Dr. Dre’s daughter Truly Young went in on 50 Cent for one of his Instagram posts addressing her parents’ divorce drama — and the Power mogul has responded.
When details of Dre and Nicole Young’s pending divorce started circulating earlier this month month, 50 was shocked his wife of 24 years was asking for $2 million a month in temporary spousal support. He wrote an Instagram post claiming, “These bitches be crazy ” and Truly snapped.
“coming from an ugly, washed up, early 2000s rapper who filed for bankruptcy and is only envious of my family’s wealth and lifestyle,” she commented. “Have fun spending the rest of your savings on steroids. Fuck you.”
Truly also went after Xzibit for responding “Wtf????” to 50’s post.
“@xzibit wow Alvin,” she wrote. “After everything my parents have done for you and your family this is how you respond to a picture of my parents and I, and a quote calling my mom a bitch..fuck you.”
But Truly was apparently only getting started. She also shared a message to 50 in one of her Instagram Stories, writing, “The blatant misogyny and disrespect by ignorant men that is being shown is absolutely fucking disgusting and vile. Calling my mother, my dad’s wife a bitch is unforgivable. You have no respect for my siblings and this is extremely evident.
“50, your marketing schemes are as low life as you are. Using a photo of my parents and I solely to gain attention for yourself exemplifies a lot of things wrong with the world right now. You disgust me, and I can speak for women of my generation as well. You are furthering the problems. Everyone already knows that you’re a dick, ybut you just prove it yourself.”
Fiddy ultimately took notice of Truly’s comments and made it clear he got the message.
“Dr. Dre’s daughter just told me to shut the fuck up,” he wrote in another IG post. LOL.” He included an emoji with its mouth zipped shut.
Nicole filed for divorce in June, citing “irreconcilable differences.” The divorce seems to grow increasingly contentious as the weeks drag on. Nicole was accused of pilfering over $350,000 from Record One recording studios, a company she and Dre co-founded in 2015.
Attorney Ed McPherson, who reps the LLC that operates Record One, sent a letter to Nicole’s legal team which included a copy of the exorbitant check she allegedly wrote to herself. The letter accuses Nicole of “blatant and unjustifiable criminal embezzlement of corporate funds,” as well as a breach of her fiduciary duties.
But Nicole’s lawyer Bryan Freedman reportedly believes it’s all a publicity stunt to take the spotlight off Dre who was recently accused of hiding assets from his future ex-wife. Whatever the case, Truly isn’t having it.