50 Cent is getting a taste of his own medicine—much to the amusement of his fans.

The hip-hop mogul/troll master has become the subject of a new murals series by Lushsux—an anonymous street artist from Australia who has drawn comparisons to Banksy. The works, which Fif has shared on Instagram, depict the rapper as a wide range of figures, including Donald Trump, Taylor Swift, Post Malone, and Chairman Mao. The murals are funny in their own right, but 50's reaction adds an extra dose of entertainment.

"WTF is wrong with this guy?" Fif wrote on Instagram. "This is some bullshit man, but how the hell is he doing it so fast ... alright he’s talented, 😒but why the fuck he pick me?"

Lushsux has been nabbing a lot of headlines with his 50 murals, and pretty much confirmed more were on the way: "I might turn 50 week into 50 month and turn this war on 50 into some Iraq type quagmire," he wrote on social media.

The artist is most known for his work involving celebrities and high-profile figures. The Melbourne-based creative has created mural mashups of Eminem and Jim Carrey, Kim Kardashian and Kim Jong-un, Steve Buscemi and Billie Eilish, as well as President Trump and Joe Exotic, among others. He's also completed a number of controversial works, including a topless mural of Melania Trump and one that shows former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton wearing an American flag monokini.

"I just decided this year to stop doing artwork that only appealed to one set of people," Lushsux told Hypebeast in 2016. "Instead try and find things that everyone has an opinion on and then take the piss out of it. It’s working, normies are easy to manipulate."

You can check out some of his recent 50-centric murals below.