RAPPER 50 Cent has reignited his long-running feud with Floyd Mayweather after telling his former friend: “Keep my name out your mouth.”
The ex-best pals have turned into sworn enemies over the years, starting when Mayweather was released from prison in 2012.
Mayweather recently told rapper Fat Joe their falling out came after 50 Cent – real name Curtis Jackson – demanded half ownership of The Money Team.
He 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.”
Despite being asked to open up about about the falling out by Joe, 50 Cent warned Mayweather not to mention him again.
Jackson wrote on social media: “I’m not the marketing campaign champ, keep my name out your mouth.
“Damn somebody read this for champ, I don’t fu* wit you, you don’t fu* wit me. OK.”
Rap-royalty 50 Cent was once a valued member of Mayweather’s circle, with the pair inseparable.
But their recent online feud traces back to when Mayweather was served three months in jail.
Jackson claimed he was owed $2million by the boxer having taken care of his promotional banner.
In a 2012 interview, 50 Cent said: “I took a look and I realised there is no Mayweather Promotions. There’s no LLC. There’s no seal. It’s not incorporated
“When he says help him with Mayweather Promotions and it’s not there, I say, ‘OK, I know what he means.’ He wants me to put it together for him.
“I’m sitting there going, ‘When you gonna give me the money… when you gonna give me your half of the money back?’
“But, I ain’t trying to press him because he just got out of jail.”
They would publicly fall out that year and never patch things up.
Following several back and forths between them, 50 Cent in February claimed Mayweather needed a boxing comeback as his “money’s gone”.
But Mayweather hit back and said their beef was totally random and he never put a foot wrong with the American artist.
He told Drink Champs: “I’ve been nothing but good to him. I’ve been nothing but solid with him. I’m a solid dude and he knows I’m a solid dude.
“If this man comes over to my house, my chef cook big meals for us.
“We sit back, we kick it. We travelled on the jet together. This is coming out of the blue.
“It’s like me and you just kicking it, I’m right here talking with y’all, I come and do the show with you every day, and then one day, you just go out of the blue and I’m like damn, ‘Where is this coming from?’”