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50 Cent is Changing His Ways After Death of Kobe Bryant

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By Clarissa Wilson

Basketball legend Kobe Bryant, his 13-year-old daughter, Gianna, and the other people who were with them died on January 26 in a helicopter crash. Ever since hearing the news about Bryant's death, rapper 50 Cent has decided he is going to change his trolling ways.

50 Cent, whose real name is Curtis Jackson has a bad habit of trolling fellow celebrities on social media. Some of his fans think it is entertaining while others have always thought he should grow up.

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Since finding out about the death of Kobe Bryant, 50 Cent has been posting photos and tributes to the legendary basketball player. Just like many other celebrities, 50 Cent had a good friendship with Bryant.

Among many other tributes and photos that 50 Cent posted on social media, one of his tweets was one of him vowing to change his trolling ways with his fellow celebrities. The tweet reads, "I feel like i have to achieve what i want in life now after this. i have to focus, i’m not arguing with anyone anymore I’ll deal with it another way if there’s a problem.”

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Many of his fans and followers believe this vow to change his ways by not beefing with other celebrities anymore is because of the 'Mamba Effect' which references Bryant's drive and focus in life.

Many fans don't believe he will follow through with this change of heart he now has because of his long history of fighting with other celebrities and trolling them on social media. Last year alone, he had feuds with Floyd Mayweather, who has been targeted by 50 Cent more than once, Lala Kent, Young Buck, Teairra Mari, and Ja Rule, who is a longtime nemesis of his. He has even had beef with and has trolled his own son, Marquis as well as Marquis's mother.

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The beef he has had most recently has been with Naturi Naughton, from his show 'Power' and Taraji Henson from 'Empire'. In fact, he made fun of Henson after she complained about him for talking bad about her show, 'Empire' .

He constantly posted memes and comments making fun of her. However, he later posted a non-apology apology to her.

The back-and-forth comments can get really mean at times. However, 50 Cent is known for really getting down with the insults he throws at other celebrities. Is he really about to give up on his trolling ways for good?

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Some of his fans believe he will stick to his vow to change his ways while others are wondering if he actually will. One fan tweeted this to him, "Remember what you’ve just tweeted.. Any arguing from you and I’m going to remind you of what you tweeted.”

However, some of his fans and followers are so entertained by his arguing ways with other celebrities that they don't want him to stop. However, others want him to stick to his vow to stop and grow up once and for all.

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All of his followers are closely watching what happens. They are sitting back and waiting for him to give up and start trolling again but at the same time, some hope he sticks to his choice to change his ways.

What do you think about 50 Cent vowing to change his ways on social media by not trolling and arguing with other celebrities? Do you think he will actually change his ways or do you think he will continue his trolling on social media? Sound off with your thoughts on this and let everyone know what your opinion is!

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