50 Cent has always been one to troll celebrities who he doesn’t like, on social media. Any negative news that surfaced about his enemy, 50 will definitely be one to get all the jokes in, particularly on his Instagram feed. Michael K. Williams died in his Brooklyn home, on September, 6, and as many know, 50 feuded with Williams before.
50 Cent Has Been Joking About Williams’ Death
In the aftermath of the world finding out about Williams’ death earlier this month, 50 took to Instagram to say “Damn, if you didn’t see Raising Kanan, check it out. That fentanyl ain’t no joke, killing the clientele. RIP Michael K. Williams. He also went on to promote the alcoholic beverage brands he owns, with hashtags, in the IG post.
50 cent lame pic.twitter.com/Z6pYYUORid
— BlackCultureEntertainment🗣 (@4theculture____) September 6, 2021
Williams’ Cause Of Death Was Revealed This Weekend
On Friday, TMZ reported that the cause of death of Williams, was officially found out to be a drug overdose, which was a result of fentanyl, p-fluorofentanyl, heroin and cocaine. This was confirmed by the Chief Medical Examiner in NYC. At the time of Williams’ death, drug paraphernalia and narcotics were found inside his Brooklyn apartment. At the time of his death, the “The Wire” actor was only 54-years-old.
50 Cent Continues To Disrespect Williams After Cause Of Death
50 didn’t hold back again, after the news broke of Williams’ drug overdose, being his cause of death. 50 took to Instagram again, to post the TMZ story, and said “Oh damn he smoked that little blue cap out of juke box bag. Hey, catch Raising Kanan this weekend.” The “little blue cap” joke references a character from his “Raising Kanan” show, on Starz, where the character, Jukebox’s best friend’s overdoses from a drug.
— Elle. (@EllewoodsBlack) September 24, 2021
50 Cent Ended Up Deleting His Instagram Post
After a lot of backlash, 50 did something that he usually doesn’t do. This is that he deleted this Instagram post, after much backlash, on social media. Many are saying that something is wrong with 50 Cent mentally, and that it’s no surprise, that he was shot nine times, back in 2000. 50 hasn’t addressed deleting this post, but it appears that he realized that what he said, was actually out of line, something that he usually doesn’t come to the conclusion to.
Something truly wrong with 50 Cent https://t.co/foecbJA89w
— Mr. Joe Schmoe 🎧🎵🎥🎬 (@HenJoeSchmoe) September 25, 2021
Everyday I see why 50 Cent got shot 9 times https://t.co/LLvmuncIck
— Jordan Triplett (@JTriplett0825) September 25, 2021
50 Cent Continues To Dominate With His Television Shows On Starz
Currently, 50 Cent is seeing additional success, with the “Power spinoff,” “Power Book III: Raising Kanan.” This series tells the story of Kanan Stark, who grew up in 1990s Queens, NY, and got involved in drug dealing. This series airs every Sunday on Starz. 50 also has a new series coming to Starz as well, which is “BMF,” which is based on two brothers, who started Black Family Family, which was one of the biggest drug distribution networks, in US history. Demetrius Edward “Big Meech” Flenory, one of the Co-Founders, also helped launch the careers of star rappers, such as Jeezy and Fabolous.