- 50centstevestoute500x36250 Cent and Steve Stoute have a deep history of dislike and that beef came alive again in 2013. During a press run for the <i>Tanning Of America</i> mini-doc, Stoute excluded 50 from his list of influential artists during an interview with The Breakfast Club saying the Queens rap star hasn’t been relevant in a while. 50 Cent confronted Stoute during a Knicks game in March of this year. Don't you think it's time to be friends now?
- 50 cent sad<h3>To the likes of Eminem, Katy Perry, and Lady Gaga; yesterday 50 Cent hosted SiriusXM's renowned “Town Hall” event. With a focus on his new album, the hip-hop mogul sat down to give selected listeners a sneak peek of his upcoming 5th studio LP. Also chatting much about his current relations in the industry as well as the transition over to indie, Fif had a bunch on his mind.From unveiling that he will never work with Beyonce to thinking that Chief Keef was the next heir to the throne, find out more in "What We Learned From 50 Cent's SiriusXM Town Hall." </h3>
Adding fuel to the fire, 50 Cent posted a dual photo suggesting Diddy, Rick Ross and arch-nemesis Steve Stoute are gay together, before retracting his statement and taking it down from Instagram, Sunday night.
One side of the photo showed a pink-shirted Stoute embracing a pink-shirted Diddy, while the other side depicted Diddy and Rick Ross at an angle seemingly about to kiss. The caption beneath it read: “I ain’t saying nothing, but something ain’t right. Lmao.”