Last night (June 28), Rihanna threw money in someone's face, Diddy fell off a stage, DeJ Loaf fought with her ex-manager during sound check, Floyd Mayweather had his mouth duct taped shut, Chris Brown sang a medley and the cast of The Game was on national television. That's right, it was the 2015 edition of the BET Awards. And while it was a night full off gripping (or at the very least amusing) stunts and mishaps, one power player in the rap world wasn't having it. "It's a damn shame what happened to the BET Awards," 50 Cent laments in a video that made its way to Twitter late last night. "Fox bought the whole god damn show," the rapper and mogul said, adding that he objected to the fact that Omari Hardwick, who stars as James "Ghost" St. Patrick in the Starz drama Power, wasn't even mentioned in the Best Actor category. 50, born Curtis Jackson, is an executive producer on Power; Best Actor went to Terrence Howard, the star of Fox's runaway hit show Empire.

50, who went on to say "motherfuck BET"  and that Puffy's fall off stage was the highlight of the entire night, is thought to be prepping the release of his long-awaited sixth album, Street King Immortal. The Queens rapper shot to fame in 2002 when, after an aborted deal with Columbia--and after being shot nine times and nearly dying--he teamed up with Dr. Dre and Eminem. His commercial debut, Get Rich or Die Trying was released in February of 2003 and would sell over 12 million copies worldwide by year's end.

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