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50 Cent And Meek Mill Go At It On Instagram

Well that escalated quickly.

The feud between Rick Ross and 50 Cent has existed since what feels like the beginning of time. Yet despite Fif's issues with the MMG boss, Meek Mill and Fifty maintained a pretty cordial relationship.

That was until the Dreams Worth More Than Money emcee released his four-track mixtape 4/4 Saturday (January 16) with the 50 Cent issued diss track "Give 'Em Hope."

In true 50 clap back fashion, Fif took to his Instagram account to issue his first of many threats to the Philly native.

"Hey s--thead. Your career is already over," the POWER executive producer said. "You better focus on getting Nikki pregnant so you can at least get child support, girl." It didn't take long for Meek Mill to get wind of the jab 50 Cent took, for him to respond in kind.

U pop shit on social media 24/7 ... U never in the places everybody b at.... The whole queens say you a rat.... Ross baby mom hit you for that check you sick .... Ross finished you "career over? How dare you speak on that? .... All you artist that came under you broke" ya son hate you smfh! Ya swag on below "0" lol hold up..... U always hating on puff and Hov other go getters from ya city...... U going broke and you miserable .... U really miserable bro.... You like 40 on the internet all day 😭😭😭😭 Mayweather ain't got tickets for you nomore .... Ya liquor is piss... U really miserable and don't really have friends ... You scared to play the mixes everybody b at! U never played with me in person because u know how we rocking lol I'm done wit you ... This my last insta-fingers post for a min lol Norm Kelly hold up...... Young black dude that came from nothing vs old white racist man from Toronto.... I got more money than you already? You took the real "L" in life champ! Oh fif all y'all dudes do is talk about Nicki ... This just my real life my fault for snapping on y'all weirdos! Hov gave you a half of bar bro ski... I bet any amount of money queens would trade me for you! "You the one made it cool to b a hater" I'm out Sincerely -instafingers @iamdiddy @ceoslow stop letting this dork play around ... He already been shot 9 times lol he like a vegetable or something .... @irvgotti187 can you clarify that he told on y'all? We need answers! A photo posted by Meek Mill (@meekmill) on

Meek pulled no punches and spoke on 50 Cent's strained relationship with his oldest son, his bitter relationship with P.Diddy, and his one time thriving roster of G-Unit artists.

From there, the back and forth between the two artist kicked into high gear.

KANAN RELOADED coming soon. #EFFENVODKA #FRIGO #SMSAUDIO A photo posted by 50 Cent (@50cent) on

See you have to be careful what you ask for Shit Head.💩💩💩💩💩#EFFENVODKA #FRIGO #SMSAUDIO

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Say less.... Just watch these characters! A photo posted by Meek Mill (@meekmill) on

He was a 💩head, but he was a good shit head. #SMSAUDIO

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I love how ppl watch a doc and think they have all the answers... 🤦🏾‍♂️

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— Ja Rule (@Ruleyork) January 20, 2019

When fans pointed out different facts in the docs that indicated wrongdoing on Ja's side, the rapper replied: "you still don't know sh*t."

As previously reported, the Fyre Festival was a music concert that was scheduled to take place in the Bahamas in 2017. It was co-founded by Ja Rule and backed by a number of social media influencers including Kendall Jenner. It became a trending topic when concert goers realized it was a scam and was not properly put together. McFarland reportedly defrauded investors of $26 million. He is now serving a six-year sentence. While Ja Rule won't likely receive jail time, he is heavily backed up in legal cases.

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I too was hustled, scammed, bamboozled, hood winked, lead astray!!!

— Ja Rule (@Ruleyork) January 20, 2019

@Hulu PAID BILLY!!! That money should have went to the ppl in the Bahamas... @netflix PAID fuck Jerry who also did all the promo for the festival... 🤔 the docs clearly have Billy at fault but let’s blame the rapper lmao ok...

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