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50 Cent Pokes Fun At Jim Jones Over Airport Fight

50 Cent has jokes for Jim Jones following the Dipset rapper’s recent scuffle with two old men at a Florida airport.

Taking to Instagram with a video of an old man in the gym on Sunday (May 5), Fif joked that one of her fellow New Yorker’s opponents was training for a rematch.

“Yo the old man from the airport said he gonna see you jimmy, stop thinking shit Sweet! [laughing emoji] LOL,” he wrote.

You can view the post below.

Jim Jones got caught up in a violent confrontation over the weekend at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport.

The three people involved were caught on camera going at each other on an escalator, after which two officers from the Broward County Sherriff’s Office broke up the scuffle. When one of them subsequently took a cooperative Jones away to a seating area, the rapper claimed that he was defending himself and argued: “It’s two of them against me.”

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Moments after the scuffle was published online, the Harlem rapper took to Instagram himself and said in a since-deleted post: “To all my family I am good love yal way to many calls n text to reply to God is good.”

He went on to reassure his loved ones in the clip, adding: “I’m aight, I gotta get dressed for this party, man. I’ll be right with y’all. Promise you, promise you: I’m aight.”

As for 50 Cent and Jim Jones’ relationship, the pair have a long and contentious past that was enflamed again when 6ix9ine identifed the Dipset rapper as a Nine Trey Gangsta Blood gang member during his October 2018 testimony.

Most recently, 50 Cent called Jim a liar after the latter claimed it was Dipset who kicked off the mixtape wave that dominated the streets at the turn of the century, not G-Unit.

Jones then set the record straight from his perspective during a lengthy appearance on the Flip Da Script podcast in 2023.

“Let’s get this right and I’m going to keep it all the way a buck,” he explained. “We started the mixtape movement, right? And it wasn’t a crew mixtape. We were making real albums and putting them out as mixtapes. G-Unit was doing replays of other people’s beats and making mixtapes.”

He continued: “It was a big difference. We was using our mixtapes as albums to promote our real albums, and off those mixtapes, we were taking singles that the people started loving and started putting them on our real albums.

“But even in that, we put the Dipset mixtape out first before G-Unit put their mixtape out. Now go Google it.”

The mogul laughed off Jimmy’s words and replied to an Instagram post featuring the above’ bold claim with: “He lying LOL.”

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