50 Cent got two trolls for the price of one when he noticed a photo of his estranged son Marquise and the son of his old rival Kenneth "Supreme" McGriff.
“If both these little niggas got hit by a bus, I wouldn’t have a bad day," 50 savagely typed.
50's been engaged in social media pettiness with Marquise since about when Marquise was old enough to use social media. Last year, Fif disowned his flesh and blood, and Marquise recently retaliated by siding with Floyd Mayweather in Money's latest flare-up with Fif.
5o's issues with Supreme Griff go back almost two decades. Rumor has it, Griff -- who has a bigtime Queens crack distributor -- felt 50's 2000 track "Ghetto Qu'ran" portrayed too much of his criminal activity. So Griff plotted to have 50 killed for what he had revealed.
Griff ended up going down in 2007 on drug trafficking and unrelated murder-for-hire charges and is now serving life without the possibility of parole.