50 Cent apologizes to Megan Thee Stallion for posting a meme about filming

50 Cent did something he rarely does on Monday night (July 27): He apologized for making fun of someone. Specifically, 50 (born Curtis Jackson) sincerely apologized to Megan Thee Stallion after posting memes that mocked the fellow rapper’s recent shooting in an incident involving Tory Lanez.

“Damn, I didn’t think this was real, it sounded so crazy @theestallion, I’m glad you feel better and I hope you can accept my apology,” wrote 50 on Monday (July 27). “I posted a meme that was floating around. I wouldn’t have if I knew you really hurt yourself, sorry.”

50 included the video Meg recently posted in which she assured her fans that she is doing well and that she does not believe the “fake ass” stories about her.

The June 12 incident allegedly involved an argument with Lanez, who was arrested for carrying a gun in her car, in the Hollywood Hills early that morning, which Megan confirmed on her own Instagram the following Wednesday (July 15). She reported that she had suffered multiple gunshot wounds and underwent surgery at the hospital, while. Page six reported a day later that Lanez had allegedly shot the rapper “Hot Girl”.

It seems that since then 50 has removed the offensive memes from the Boyz n the Hood movie depicting Megan on the run from Lanez and the legend “Run Ricky Run”. She also reportedly posted another Lanez meme with a weapon in the guise of Mini Me from the Austin Powers Films.

While Meg never specifically addressed the teasing of the 1950s, she tweeted, “Black women are so unprotected and we have so many things to protect the feelings of others regardless of ours. It can be fun for all of you on the Internet and it’s another messy topic to talk about, but this is my real life and I’m really hurt and traumatized. ” In an Instagram Live video on Monday, Meg assured fans that she is fine, detailing the incident.

“I was shot in both feet and I had to have surgery to get the shit out, get the bullets out, and it was super scary,” she said as she wiped away the tears in the video. Fortunately, he reported that the bullets in both feet did not hit his bones or break any tendons. “I know my mom and dad, my grandmother had to be taking care of me with that because where the bullets hit, everything was lost,” he said.

Check out the tweet from the 50s below.