50 Cent claims Diddy, Rick Ross, and business executive Steve Stoute are gay—or at least he alluded to that by posting a questionable split picture of the three fellas on his Instagram page this past Sunday.
The two-picture post—which has since been taken down—shows screen grab of Diddy and Ross performing on stage. However, the angle of the still makes it seem as if the two are kissing. The other shot, sees Diddy wearing a pink golf shirt, being embraced by Stoute, also in a pink shirt.
‘I ain’t saying nothing, but something ain’t right. Lmao,’” wrote the rapper, born Curtis Jackson.
Jackson’s beef with Ross, born William Leonard Roberts II, started in 2009, after Roberts claimed 50 looked at him the wrong way backstage at the BET Awards. A year later, things got tense with Diddy, born Sean Combs, after contract negotiations for the rapper Ma$e went south.
His most recent beef with Stoute, stems from the executive’s claims that 50’s 2007 single “I Get Money” was his “last great song”—a sentiment that Stoute has shared in radio interviews and on his VH1 documentary special, The Tanning of America: One Nation Under Hip Hop.
In the past five years, 50 Cent has become more famous for his beefs and business moves than he is for his rhymes. The Queens, NY bred rapper has had beefs with the likes of Ja Rule, Fat Joe, The Game, Cam’ron, and Lil Wayne.
His last album, 2009’s Before I Self Destruct sold over 436,000 copies, compared to his 2003 debut album Get Rich or Die Tryin’, which sold over 15 million worldwide.