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Nick Cannon Takes Aim at 50 Cent; Igniting Instagram feud.

Nick Cannon calls out 50 Cent

Looks like this is beginning to get out of hand.

Nick Cannon has invited 50 Cent to Wild ‘N Out to take the place of Eminem! “The Invitation” was originally made to Cannon’s longtime rival in the form of two diss records, released last week.


50 Cent, being the King Troll that he is, had this to say about the diss track released by the Wild ‘N Out General.

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Nick like so that’s it, nobody cares about my dis record. No Nobody cares LOL #lecheminduroi #bransoncognac #STARZGETTHEAPP


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Cannon would respond to Fiddy with a Django Unchained reference, advising him to take the place of his “Massa”, Eminem, in the invitation to the popular MTV show.

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@50Cent since Massa is incapacitated we cordially invite you to come to the show @mtvwildnout and get his smoke!! LOL

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The Beef between Em and Nick reignited over the song “Lord Above” which featured Eminem and Mary J. Blige. Shady would go on to take direct shots and his ex-lover, Mariah Carey and her ex husband, Nick Cannon. Eminem has yet to respond on a record, but has made references to Nick’s attempts to draw him into a legitimate battle.

H. Sylver
Born and raised on the island streets of New Providence, Bahamas; H. Sylver grew up in a Haitian household that nurtured his love for music and theatrical performances, spoken word poetry, and writing. This passion gained him a spot on Island/Def Jam's Street Team, where he became an ambassador for hip hop, promoting artists like Jay-Z, Kanye West, Jeezy, Nas, Rick Ross, and many more. He has great insight and analysis of the current music scene, providing written reports on trending news, and original think pieces. He currently resides in Baltimore Maryland with his family, and is currently writing his first novel.

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