UPDATE: 50 Cent's comments on Meek Mill's Instagram page possibly rehashed his past troubles with Slowbucks and Trav. After 50 alluded to having problems with some people in Meek's camp, the two artists commented on the video. While 50 didn't mention any names in his playful jab, the two decided to speak on their issues with the rapper. "Again if he was talking 'bout me he would've said my name." Trav commented. "I don't respect subliminals and I ain't neva see nobody die from a PUSH but n**** die from bullets." Trav was referring to a scuffle he had with 50 back in 2013 when he was performing on stage with Meek Mill.
Slowbucks also weighed in by looking back at the infamous 2014's Hot 97 Summer Jam concert when he was robbed for his chain on stage while G-Unit performed.
"Smfh I rather go [through] what I did again & get jumped & robbed 4 sticking up 4 myself then to stick around and have another grown man violate me whenever they feel like it.. You couldn't pay me that much money in the world.. I can't believe what I'm seeing right now... #standForSomethingOrFallForAnthing where's your #integrity @ ? Where's your #morals @ how about your #dignity ?"
50 hasn't responded to their comments.
UPDATE: 50 Cent commented on the video after Meek Mill posted it on Instagram, telling the Philly rapper, "That's us playing." He then managed to send shots at Meek's boys by adding, "But you do be around some n****s I will put on their head. No bulls**t."
Southside Jamaica Queens bully, 50 Cent, is known for his unrelenting gestures, specifically on Instagram where he's called out everyone from Diddy to Ja Rule. This time around, however, he's coming for one of his own (again), G-Unit member Tony Yayo.
It's unsure as to why the situation came to this, but in this humiliating clip posted by GS9's P Gutta, 50 Cent picks up Tony Yayo and front of a crowd of people and proceeds to throw him into a bush. Yayo attempts to get up immediately, but clearly, 50 wasn't going to let that happen.
Check out the video above.