50 Cent has been a vocal critic of Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs for years. Recently, he took his criticism to a new level by suggesting a potential connection between the Bad Boy founder and the tragic murder of Tupac Shakur. During a recent performance, 50 Cent expressed his discomfort with events hosted by Diddy, citing uncomfortable interactions and a sense of not belonging.
“That’s why I don’t go to them Puffy parties. N*gga hug you from the front and the back at the same time. F*ck you talking about. Look if you into that, I’m fine with it. To each his own. I’m just saying, this ain’t my kinda party. It’s uncomfortable. I think I belong in the girl’s bathroom,” 50 told the audience.
Acknowledging his penchant for making statements that stir controversy, 50 Cent offered a partial apology during his latest show. He lamented, “I hate when they leave me to talk because I always say the wrong thing,” 50 said sarcastically. “Last time they left me, I said something about Puffy. You saw that clip? I gotta stop doing that kinda shit. I been talking to a therapist to try to help me with the sh-t I been saying.”
“It’s some crazy sh-t on my mind. Maybe I said that sh-t about Puffy because he got 2Pac killed,” the rapper/actor added.
This accusation isn’t isolated. In a recent social media post, the G-Unit label boss wrote, “Damn so pac got lined by brother love. LOL Time to Lawyer up, sh-t might get sticky,” Fifty wrote while sharing the iconic photo of Tupac riding shotgun with Suge Knight that was taken the night he was shot and killed in Las Vegas.
Rumors surrounding Diddy’s possible involvement in Tupac’s death have circulated for years, though no concrete evidence has emerged. Recent developments gained momentum with the arrest of Duane “Keefe D” Davis on murder charges related to the 25-year-old case. The prevailing theory suggests a potential conspiracy between Diddy and Davis to eliminate Tupac Shakur and Suge Knight, individuals with whom Diddy had a longstanding conflict.
An audio tape is also making the rounds of Keefe D alleging that Diddy offered him $1 million to assassinate Tupac Shakur. Former Outlawz rapper Napoleon, in a prior interview with The Art Of Dialogue, seemingly corroborated rumors that Diddy had placed a $1 million bounty on Tupac’s head.
“I heard about it. It won’t be surprising to me. I heard about the rumors that Puff paid [$1,000,000] for Pac or Suge. I’m not surprised of that. It don’t sound far fetched to me.”
As of this report, Diddy has not publicly addressed 50 Cent’s recent accusations, nor has he commented on the renewed speculations surrounding Tupac’s death.