50 Cent just can’t let it go. The 44-year-old “In Da Club” rapper took a swipe at Lala Kent and Randall Emmett after the “Vanderpump Rules” couple postponed their wedding date amid the Coronavirus pandemic. Taking to his social media, 50 Cent shared a screenshot from an article about Lala Kent and Randall Emmett moving their original wedding date, which was April 18, 2020, because of the outbreak in an attempt to practice social distancing. The trio has been at odds since last year after the “Power” actor put Randall Emmett on blast claiming the producer owed him $1 million.
Sharing the news article about their postponed wedding news earlier this week, 50 Cent reportedly captioned the post, “? wasn’t nobody going to this s–t anyway. ?♂️.” He then added his usual hashtags promoting his newest ventures “#abcforlife,” “#theking ?,” and “#bransoncognac.” Lala Kent’s “Vanderpump Rules” co-star Jax Taylor first spilled the tea about her canceled wedding during an Instagram Live video on Tuesday, March 17. In the video, he dished that the lavish couple’s picture-perfect wedding would be changing to a much more low-key venue amid the news of the outbreak.
Jax Taylor, who recently married Brittany Cartwright at a Kentucky castle, told his followers that “I’ll be accompanying them to the courthouse.” He added, “Don’t worry, everybody is still getting married.” Following Jax Taylor’s reveal, Lala Kent and Randall Emmett, who were part of his bridal party when he wed Brittany, confirmed the news to Page Six. “We have decided to move the date of our wedding to July, given the unfortunate circumstances of what is going on,” their joint statement read.
“We are obviously saddened by this but for the ultimate safety of our families and guests,” they continued, adding, “We have made the decision to wait and see how everything progresses. Safety will always be our number one priority.” Randall Emmett asked for Lala Kent’s hand in marriage in September 2018 while the duo was away in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. Besides the $1 million 50 Cent claimed Randall Emmett owed him, the rapper also brought his fiancée into the feud. Sparking the epic “Fofty” battle, 50 Cent called Lala Kent a “hoe” and claimed she did drugs.