Fresh off the dissolution of The Money Team, 50 Cent and Floyd Mayweather exchange verbal jabs on Twitter.
As if it wasn't already apparently when he dismantled The Money Team earlier this week, but 50 Cent's relationship with boxer Floyd Mayweather has been quickly deteriorating over the past few months. Now, it appears as if the two have aired out their issues on Twitter.
The spat between the former friends began with Fiddy taunting Mayweather, saying boxer Yuriorkis Gamboa - who is signed to Fif's SMS Promotions company - wants to fight the undefeated boxer. Fif's jabs then turned personal, calling Mayweather broke and saying that he's running away from a fight with Manny Pacquiao.
Mayweather responded to 50 with a slew of insults of his own, calling him a "male boxing groupie." Topping off his barrage of disses, Mayweather attacked Fif's career, saying that his relevance in the industry is dwindling and that the likes of Rick Ross and Lil Wayne have taken his spot.
Men lie.. women lie numbers don't lie. Wayne, Drake, Rick Ross, Kanye please help this boy pic.twitter.com/C90vrO5q