50 Cent isn't letting bankruptcy slow him down on the beef front.
The 40-year old, who's never been shy about taking on fellow emcees of any size, has now gone on the attack against AT&T, one of the biggest companies in the world.
What set Fif off is the negotiations between Starz -- which televises his TV show Power -- and AT&T's U-verse. There has apparently been a snag in the talks, and now 500,000 U-verse subscribers are in danger of missing the second half of Power's second season.
In a series of Instagram posts over the weekend, 50 attacked AT&T, saying they are racist for dropping urban friendly channels like Starz. He also pointed out that in April AT&T fired their president for sending out racially insensitive texts and images.
You can see all of 50's IG work below. Do you think AT&T is being racist, or are there other factors at play?
If your a fan of POWER and you have AT&T as a cable carrier, you will no longer see it. Switch to Anything but AT&T #EFFENVODKA #FRIGO #SMSAUDIO A photo posted by 50 Cent (@50cent) on
AT&T & Direct TV merger is in the government regulatory's hand. The biggest telecom tv deal in history, they can't be trusted not to bully the networks. The deal hasn't happened yet and they already pushing the limits! With racist in charge we are going to be set back. #EFFENVODKA #FRIGO #SMSAUDIO A photo posted by 50 Cent (@50cent) on