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Earlier this week, Teairra Mari stopped by The Breakfast Club where the co-hosts put together a plot to end the singer's beef with 50 Cent. Despite lofty hopes that the king of beef would act maturely, 50 Cent reminded them that he hasn't and will never be the bigger person.
On Wednesday, the rapper took to Instagram where he posted a clip of Mari and Charlamagne Tha God discussing how 50's zodiac sign lends to his lack of empathy.
"It stems from so much fuck shit," 50 said in the video's background. "I just want my money, bitch." The rapper then went on to reinforce this sentiment with the post's caption, writing: "I want my fucking money, I’m not gonna keep saying this."
Why they thought the man behind some of the most epic beefs in history would let things slide is beyond anyone. But in the show's defense, the hosts including DJ Envy (who has a close relationship with 50) were genuinely concerned about Mari's mental stability during this public humiliation. In fact, it was this care that prompted Charlamagne to have Envy call his friend in hopes that a conversation between 50 and Mari would end this lengthy back and forth. Unfortunately (for many reasons), they were unable to get in contact with 50. Instead, the rapper chose to take his response to his favorite medium.
Mari also explained how her rift with 50 began. At the core of Mari's issues is her role on VH1's Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood. During the interview, she mentioned that she's working on creating her own reality show while alluding to the fact she's at odds with Love & Hip Hop creator Mona Scott-Young. Although her departure for the series hasn't been confirmed or denied, 50 Cent followed his video with a post claiming Mari will not be returning to the show because his lawyers flexed their muscles on the producers.
"See don’t play with me," 50 wrote under the screenshot baring the news. "I don't want to play."