50 Cent and Floyd Mayweather have been entertaining us all with their latest, and most intense Instagram blow up.
Part of what makes their beefs so fun is that they've been friends just as a much as they've been enemies.
In a new interview with Complex, Floyd spoke on when their relationship started to sore. In it was in 2012, when Money was serving a 90-day bid for domestic abuse. When Floyd was away, 50 Cent attempted to start a boxing promotion company with Mayweather associate Tommy Summers. In doing so, they tried to push Mayweather advisor Al Haymon out of the picture.
That didn't sit well with Mayweather. Nor did 50 telling everyone that when Floyd got out of prison he flaked out on giving Fif $2 million to help finance a joint boxing promotion company and instead used the money to buy cars and gold chains. They've had an on-again-off-again friendship ever since.
Returning to the present, Floyd took a shot at 50 and his signature show Power.
"I wish 50 nothing but the best, I want him to keep doing what he doing," Mayweather says. "I watch Power. Even if he left the show, people still wanna watch the show. But as far as this season, it's shit. It's been garbage... as far as the other seasons, it's been the best show."