50 Cent Explains Why He Removed IG Posts Making Fun Of Diddy’s UCLA Incident (VIDEO)


(AllHipHop News) 50 Cent was quick to jump on Instagram to make fun of Sean “Diddy” Combs’ reported physical altercation with a UCLA football coach. The G-Unit boss uploaded two videos and two memes clowning Diddy’s situation.

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The IG posts were later taken down. 50 spoke with Caitlyn Becker of HuffPost Live about his decision to remove the comical jabs at his fellow Hip Hop mogul.

“When it’s happening and it’s like, ‘What? What happened?’ I’m getting it like everyone else is getting it and just making fun of the situation,” said 50. “But when it gets to him actually being charged with something, we pump the brakes a little bit, and see what happens with his actual case.”

Diddy was arrested on Monday for allegedly swinging a kettlebell ring at UCLA’s strength and conditioning coordinator Sal Alosi. According to reports, Diddy was upset over Alosi’s treatment of his son Justin Combs.

“If you’re a parent or you’re close to someone who has kids, you know how passionate you can become about the actual kid when you see them under circumstances where you feel like he’s being treated unfairly,” added 50. “It’s not the first time a parent has gotten into an argument with a coach, and the coach particularly involved in this situation is someone that we can call an a######.”

While working with the New York Jets in 2010, Alosi tripped Miami Dolphin’s player Nolan Carroll from the sideline when Carroll was returning a punt. Alosi was fined $25,000 by the Jets and suspended for the rest of the season. He has not worked in the NFL since the tripping incident.

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Watch 50 Cent’s interview below.