New York City rapper 50 Cent has made a name for himself as one of the most prominent rappers in the game. But his music career isn't the only thing he's famous for. Aside from his bars and epic music collabs, the "In Da Club" rapper is known to start drama.
No one is safe from the wrath of 50 Cent, who is known for getting into public squabbles with any and everybody who crosses his path. Over the years, petty arguments with fellow celebs have evolved into full-blown social media showdowns.
Here are some of the most memorable moments from his years-long history of stirring the pot.
50 Cent and Ja Rule
One of 50 Cent's biggest feuds is the one he has with fellow rapper Ja Rule. Coming from the same area of New York, they were regularly compared to each other and were each other's main competition.
Even though it's been decades since their age-old beef began, the grudge between them remains. And it doesn't look like it's going to end anytime soon.
"We don't gotta go to war, but we're not friends either. We can coincide inside of a world. He's doing him, and he's not thinking about me, and I'm doing me and I'm not thinking about him," Ja Rule said (according to People.)
50 Cent and Floyd Mayweather
It takes a lot of guts to have tension with a heavyweight champion. That said, 50 Cent isn't scared to square up with Floyd Mayweather.
Although 50 Cent and Floyd used to be cool, the stars had a big falling out and to this day, no one knows why.
"He don’t need me, I don’t need him. Me and him get into an argument and it can go on for a lot longer because we don’t really need each other," 50 Cent told The Breakfast Club.
They've yet to take their beef to the boxing ring, so maybe there's hope for their friendship after all.
50 Cent and Oprah Winfrey
While a lot of 50 Cent fans remember his heartwarming segment on Oprah's talk show back in 2012, their relationship didn't start off too well. In fact, 50 and Oprah were practically rivals before even meeting each other.
Oprah talked down on hip-hop on more than one occasion, which obviously put a bad taste in the rapper's mouth.
"She was completely against everything that was in my music," 50 said. "So she ain’t never going to have me on that show. I’m never going to reach that platform, which is confirmation of you being a huge success."
"So I just said: OK, if we can’t be friends, then at least let’s be enemies," 50 explained in an interview with The Guardian.
Weirdly enough, Oprah's best friend Gayle King was the one that eventually brought the two of them together to mend their public feud. Now, they're pretty much two peas in a pod.
Who knows? Maybe one day, 50 will kiss and make up with the rest of his enemies, too.