He put a video of CB doing backflips and handsprings, and wrote, “All I’m saying is I never seen MJ come out like this.”
The post caught the attention of MJ’s daughter, who slipped into the comments to deliver some advice to Fiddy.
“Superbowl 1993,” Paris wrote, following up with, “true legends don’t need to exert outrageous amounts of energy just to grasp your attention. stillness, my friend. stillness. more power in stillness than you can probably understand.”
The 21-year-old model was referring to The King of Pop’s performance for Super Bowl XXVII when the Buffalo Bills took on the Dallas Cowboys.
MJ took the stage at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, CA and stood still as the crowd went nuts around him before jumping into his setlist. It was quite a powerful moment.
Paris followed up to 50, explaining that, “I say this with zero shade to Chris, i love him dearly. this is just for you 50.”
50 did not respond to Paris, but he did take the post down … which is maybe an acknowledgement that he took an L in that battle.
As we reported, after Chris Brown became the 7th best selling single artist of all time, 50 declared, “So, Fifty declared “CB better then [sic] MJ to me now.”
He also took shots at Jackson’s molestation allegations.
Clearly, the children of Michael Jackson have heard just about enough from 50 Cent.