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50 Cent weighs in on Diddy rape allegations

50 Cent reacts to allegations against Diddy by Cassie and weighs in on Diddy's past controversies, taking another swipe at him.

50 Cent has weighed in on the controversy surrounding Diddy and his ex Cassie's explosive allegations against him. On Thursday (November 16), Cassie filed a $30million lawsuit against Diddy, alleging that he committed a variety of crimes, including rape, sex trafficking, and physical abuse. The lawsuit also claims that he "forced Ms. Ventura to engage in sex acts with male sex workers while masturbating and filming the encounters," as well as forced her to carry a handgun even though she felt uncomfortable with doing so. Finally, she claimed that Diddy plied her with drugs and alcohol, triggering a substance abuse problem. Diddy, through his lawyer Benjamin Brafman, has released a statement vehemently denying the allegations. In response to the controversy, 50 Cent -- who has a long history of taking jabs at Diddy -- took to Twitter on Thursday (November 16) to seemingly take another swipe at the Bad Boy mogul. "Damn brother love, brother love, brother love, you out here looking [eyes emoji] CRAZY AS A MF. LMAO #bransoncognac #lecheminduroi," he wrote, captioning a photo of himself peering into the camera. This isn't the first time that 50 Cent has publicly taken a swipe at Diddy. In a video from a recent concert, Fif revealed to the laughing audience that he doesn't go to "Puffy parties." "Nuh uh," he said from the stage. "That n-gga hug you from the front and the back at the same time? Fuck you talkin' 'bout? I mean, if you into that, you into that. I'm fine with it. I'm just saying this ain't my muthafuckin' kind of party. I'm uncomfortable. I think I belong in the girl's bathroom." Then, over the summer, Lil Baby came under fire when he went to a so-called "White Party" hosted by billionaire Michael Rubin. Soon after, a picture of Rubin hugging the rapper from behind went viral, with many social media users criticizing it with homophobic remarks. Among the trolls was the Power executive producer, who posted the image and captioned it: "See this is why I don't go to no party puffy and them at. [side eye emoji] da fu*k is going on here [facepalm emoji, sulking emoji] get the fu*k off my young [ninja emoji] WTF!" More recently, 50 Cent dug in at Diddy over his alleged relationship with Duane "Keefe D" Davis, the former Crip leader arrested for 2Pac's murder. In October, Fif took to Instagram to continue his series of digs at the Bad Boy head honcho. 50 posted an excerpt of a Keefe D interview with The Art of Dialogue, where Keefe criticizes Diddy for ruining his life, and laments that he never got any money from the rapper. 50 captioned the post: "LMAO. Brother Love, show some love. Damn should have just sent this fool a few dollars."

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