We’re only three months into 2018, but a few feuds have already begun to define the year. You’ve got some longstanding feuds, like Kim Kardashian and Taylor Swift; some high stakes feuds, like Trump and low tariffs; and there are some that are just too good to look away, like Conor McGregor and 50 Cent.
And that’s why we’re gathered here at this article. Earlier this week, 50 Cent shot back at Conor McGregor for telling the whole world that the rapper blocked him on Instagram.
“They love ’em some McGregor,” 50 Cent said in an Instagram video. “They get their haircut like McGregor. All that sh*t. Soon as they get that first big check they gone leave their motherf*cking wife and kids like McGregor and sh*t.”
But as we all know, McGregor doesn’t go down without a fight. So he hit 50 back harder in some sort of weird Instagram poem accompanied by a photo of the rapper.
“Superior genes my big ballsack mate.
I am made of granite. You need a bra. You jabbed up fool.
Hahahaha you should have stayed quiet and promoted that fight for me on the free like you did. But you just kept going with them fucking memes.
Your 50, 50.
50 years old.
F*ck off,” he wrote in part.
Happy international Women’s day everyone! Get your tits out for the lads ladies. We love you Superior genes my big ballsack mate. I am made of granite. You need a bra. You jabbed up fool. Hahahaha you should have stayed quiet and promoted that fight for me on the free like you did. But you just kept going with them fucking memes. Your 50, 50. 50 years old. Fuck off. It’s all love tho fifty serious, you are a mad bastard, but we still proper love a few of your tunes over on this side of the world. I even blasted one of them on the free walking into madison square garden to take one of my belts. It was called I run New York.
But like a true Irish gentleman he followed the roast up by saying he still enjoys some of his music “over on this side of the world.”
This is some classic smack talk here. Especially because 50 Cent isn’t even 50 yet, he’s 42. But who cares? It plays well and sounds good in a roast. So does the phrase “jabbed up.” I’m definitely remembering that one for the next time I find myself in a high stakes altercation.