Hate it or love it…this beef will last forever.
The fight overshadowed his arch-nemesis 50 Cent, formerly known as Curtis Jackson, who threw a microphone at the crowd at a Los Angeles concert on Wednesday night, injuring a woman.
“Curtis, you big bastard came to LA to beat women ?,” he wrote on his Instagram Story on Thursday, along with a TMZ video of the incident.
The “Eazy” rapper’s shady post came hours after a TikTok video surfaced showing 50 people throwing an apparently non-functional microphone into the crowd during a performance, hitting the Power 106 radio host The forehead of Bryhana Monegain.
The microphone left her with horrific wounds that required stitches and had her head wrapped in gauze.
TMZ reported that Monaghan reported the incident to police on Wednesday night, and the 48-year-old “In Da Club” performer has been named as a suspect in the assault.
In a statement to Page Six, attorney Scott Leemon, 50, denied that his client beat Monegan “intentionally.”
“Let’s be very clear, as I told the LAPD this afternoon, my client, Curtis, would never intentionally attack anyone with a microphone,” he told CNN on Thursday. “Anyone who says otherwise doesn’t have all the facts and is misinformed.”
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Meanwhile, Game — whose real name is Jayceon Terrell Taylor — apparently isn’t ready to let go of his long-running feud with 50 just yet.
The “Celebration” host, 43, joined G Unit in 2004 in the ’50s. The two rappers collaborated on several songs, including “Hate It or Love It” and “This Is How We Do.”
Their relationship began to take a turn the following year, when the Grammy winner said he felt left out because of Game’s January 2005 debut album, The Documentary.
The following month, Game spoke on Hot 97 about working with Nas, and had no problem with Jadakiss and Fat Joe — who were 50 enemies at the time.
The “Power” actor then announced that he was kicking Game out of G-Unit.
In March 2005, the rappers came together to announce that they were ending their feud, but the unity didn’t last long.
Since then, 50 and Game have spoken to each other and even exchanged insults on social media.