50 Cent continues his trolling ways, and this time, he takes aim at three different people.

On Friday night (Oct. 11), Fif, who performed in Saudi Arabia over the summer, used his Instagram account to fire off a serious dose of sarcasm at Jim Jones, Freekey Zekey and Ja Rule, all of whom have spoken about Fif himself or subjects surrounding the rapper over the last week or so. The underlying message is one of dismissal.

"I'm so afraid of Ja Rule, Jim Jones and Freekey that I'm hiding out in Texas," Fif says in a video of himself presumably recorded in Texas. "Please, whatever you do, don't tell them I'm staying in San Antonio. Umm, don't tell them I'm staying at the Four Seasons. Don't tell them, please, just don't tell them. So much pressure on me right now I don't know what to do. I'm afraid, man."

50's comments arrive after Jones responded to a question about his relationship with 50 Cent during a The Breakfast Club interview that was published on Thursday. Jimmy didn't directly answer the question, but he did speak on there being consequences about trying to tarnish another man's name. If you recall, Jones and 50 had an ongoing, but seemingly lighthearted series of back-and-forth jokes going on Instagram last year. However, after 50 posted a screenshot of an unfounded news report about Jim Jones snitching, things might have soured.

"I wish I could be in a position to really say what I wanna say, but unfortunately my life has been hectic in this past month," Jones said in his Breakfast Club interview. "But where I'm from, I do know people that we call real niggas or standup men, we don't try to tarnish other people's name by doing bullshit antics. There's consequences and repercussions for certain things like that—from where I'm from. So, I'll leave it at that. But for the most part, everybody know my life is real. I been doing this for way too long for anybody to play with me and shit like that. But you know, some people think life is a game so we leave it like that."

For his part, Zekey left an Instagram comment claiming that The Breakfast Club hosts had edited out a section where he said something about punching 50 Cent. 50's Ja Rule name-drop comes just days after the former Murder Inc rapper claimed Fif was a bad father.

Watch 50 joke around at the expense of Jones, Ja and Zekey below.

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