50 CENT has called out Floyd Mayweather for a celebrity boxing match to finally settle their feud.
The pair were friends for years but their relationship turned sour in 2012.
And after several taunts at the boxing legend, rapper 50 Cent has now issued a challenge inside the ring.
When asked which celeb he would want to take on in an interview with V-103’s The Morning Culture, he said: “I’d fight Floyd (Mayweather).”
But 50 fears he would not be able to slim down to the 10st 7lbs Mayweather usually fights at.
He added: “I don’t think I could make weight though.
“Or he’d just have to let me not get down to 150lbs. I tried I looked like a homeless person. I could make it down to probably, like 180lbs (12st 8lbs).”
Mayweather, 43, claims his ‘beef’ with 50 Cent, 45, started when he would not ‘give him half of his company’.
The American, who is coming out of retirement to fight YouTuber Logan Paul, said: “You can’t hang out with me every day for years then all of a sudden if I don’t give you half of my company you’re like ‘you’re dumb, you’re stupid, you can’t do this and you can’t do that’.
“But if I can’t do all these things, why are you hanging around with me? That’s all I’m trying to add.
“If I’m such a person that doesn’t know certain things, and I’m not that sharp, why you want to be around with me every day.”
In February 2020, 50 Cent claimed Mayweather needed to return to boxing as he had ‘run out of money’.
Mayweather officially walked away from the ring in 2017 after beating UFC star Conor McGregor in a lucrative crossover bout.
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50 Cent – real name Curtis Jackson – told Hot 97: “I think he got to right now because the money’s gone.
“It’s fight, get the money, spend the money, fight.
“With the lifestyle that money’s gone. Trust me. Now it’s like if you call him he’ll be at your local nightclub because he needs that action right now.”
50 Cent used to box before his rap career took off.
The In Da Club singer said: “I was competitive in the ring and hip-hop is competitive too… I think rappers condition themselves like boxers, so they all kind of feel like they’re the champ.”