Benzino Responds After 50 Cent Says He’ll Put Coi Leray On Television

The battle between Benzino and 50 Cent is much from over, and it was made clear Saturday night time when Benzino referred to as 50 out.

On Saturday, 50 Cent shared a submit on his Instagram displaying like to Coi, whereas telling people to cease hating on her. He said, ”

“Now would be a good time to stop hating on @coileray I’m gonna make her show up on your Tv. STOP worrying about a first-week WORK.”

Coi commented on his submit and stated, “GLG !!!!! LET’S GOOOOOOO.”

However, it seems to be like Benzino wasn’t feeling 50’s submit and shared a message for each 50 and Coi.

Taking to (*50*), Benzino spoke about 50 Cent’s present relationship with the Starz community and in addition claimed there’s a lawsuit that states 50 doesn’t personal the “BMF” trademark.

As a lot of you realize, 50 serves because the producer on a number of reveals that air on Starz, together with the hit sequence, “BMF,” which premiered final 12 months.

Benzino continued,

“Your dumb a** made the decisions not to tell anyone because you already invested too much. I’ll be releasing the entire lawsuit real soon, but I’m gonna let u marinate for sec before I stick a fork in you.”

When it involves Coi, he stated,

“You crossed a line with my kid but that’s ok, she’ll have to live with the decision she made to go against her father to deal with the opps. Everyone who is a real person will recognize her disloyalty and it will be her downfall.”

As you realize, 50 Cent and Benzino have been going backwards and forwards on social media after 50 accused Benzino of being in a relationship with transgender mannequin Shauna Brooks. Benzino then spoke in an interview with Raquel Harper and referred to as 50 the primary “hip-hop rat.”




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