50 Cent in 2010 dissed Diddy, saying his music "sucks" and reignited the feud again by calling out Puffy's recent single "Big Home." Add the Instagram photo Fif posted, and you can see why Diddy isn't a fan of the Queens native. However, these two moguls can make a hell of a lot more money together than alone.



The rich get richer. Diddy, who founded Bad Boy Records, the Sean Jean fashion line, Revolt TV, who also owns a stake in the Ciroc, launched AQUAhydrate and bought luxury US tequila brand DeLeon is setting his sights on the music-based Fuse cable-TV channel, according to Billboard. Sean Combs reportedly put in a bid of $200 million for Fuse and is looking to turn the channel into an extension of Revolt TV. Fuse was launched in 2003 and is owned by Madison Square Garden Co.

A MSG representative stated “As we have stated, we are exploring strategic alternatives for Fuse, and will have no further comment during what is still an ongoing process."

[via Billboard]