50 Cent is all about that Twitter life after his Instagram account was shut down.
The “In Da Club” rapper started a random posting spree on Twitter on Wednesday, sharing everything from praise for Rachael Ray, to memes dissing Naturi Naughton and requests to track down.
The “50 cent army”, which is not his fan group, but rather Internet commentators hired by Chinese authorities to manipulate public opinion to the benefit of China’s Communist Party.
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50 Cent must have violated Instagram’s policies because his account is currently shut down. The Power mogul, who’s made a third career out of Instagram trolling, has instead ramped up his Twitter activity.
The King 🍾 le chemin du roi pic.twitter.com/SoTR8SRXkx
— 50cent (@50cent) November 14, 2019
But don’t expect anything he’s posting to make sense. For the past several hours, he’s been sharing random memes dissing Naturi Naughton, delivering strange life advice, promoting Power, expressing his love for celebrity chef Rachael Ray and wondering what this “50-cent army” is.
Watch what you say
Earlier this month, 50 sparked an Instagram debate about male oral sex laws after he clowned R&B singer Tank for some comments he made during an appearance on Angela Lee’s Lip Service podcast. However, it is unclear if that’s why his Instagram has been disabled.
No rhyme. just felt like it
While there doesn’t appear to be a rhyme or reason to what 50 Cent has been posting — it’s seemingly still him. Among the haphazard posts are promos for his Starz series, Power. Follow his Twitter account, @50cent, to know what’s going on.
Not the first time
This isn’t the first time 50 Cent’s social media activity has made headlines. He recently sparked an Instagram debate about male oral sex laws after commenting on remarks Tank made on Angela Yee’s Lip Service podcast.
He also weighed in on T.I.’s reveal that he takes his adult daughter to the gynecologist to check on her virginity. His Twitter feud with Lala Kent and Randall Emmett, however, seems to have come to a halt. See more on the beef — and Kent’s message to 50 Cent now.