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Apex troll 50 Cent says he'll pay “top dollar” for Sean Combs party footage

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Apex troll 50 Cent says he'll pay “top dollar” for Sean Combs party footage


Left: 50 Cent (Photo: JC Olivera/Getty Images), Right: Sean Combs (Photo: Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images)

Left: 50 Cent (Photo: JC Olivera/Getty Images), Right: Sean Combs (Photo: Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images)

Few people on the planet have devoted more time, money, and energy to the art of trolling than Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson, a man who once, infamously, spent a couple thousand dollars just to buy out a block of tickets at a Ja Rule concert, just so his rival would have a big, empty spot in the middle of a concert to fuck with him.

Jackson’s latest obsession/rivalry runs quite a bit darker, though: He’s been talking, rather gleefully, on social media a whole bunch this week about Sean “Diddy” Combs, whose house was recently raided by the federal government after months of weathering accusations of abusive behavior and sexual assault (and several lawsuits related to same). Via his Instagram, Jackson has been approaching these allegations of genuinely vile shit as a source of potential schadenfreude—including issuing a possibly facetious bounty on video footage of Combs’ supposed “freak-off parties,” events where he allegedly forced sexual partners to interact with sex workers while the entire event was being filmed.

In response to the news, Jackson wrote on his social media that, “Smh this is gonna be so good, what you want to bet I’m a get these tapes. I’ll pay top dollar for them , you been over there? I don’t go to puffy party’s.” As noted by MovieMaker, Jackson’s interest in such footage isn’t strictly troll-based: He announced back in December of last year (as the lawsuits were getting more prevalent) that he’s developing a documentary about Combs, stating that “proceeds from this Documentary will go to victims of sexual assault and rape.”

Combs has denied the allegations against him. One lawsuit against him, from musician Cassie, was settled shortly after being brought to light, but several other women’s legal actions against him remain pending.





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