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According To Fans, An Apology Of 50 Cent’s To Megan Thee Stallion Wasn’t Meant At All!!


David Mudd

The news of Megan Thee Stallion shot immediately triggered an outpouring of supportive messages and well wishes. But in a twisted turn of events, social media users also began to joke and spread memes about the shooting.

50 Cent was among those who mocked the incident, leading Thee Stallion to post a note online condemning people who were making light of her situation. Rapper “In the Club” turned around and apologized to rapper “Savage”, but not everyone is affected by what they say.

Megan: 50 Cent’s meme about Thee Stallion

After reports emerged that Tory Lanez had allegedly shot Thee Stallion on July 12 when she was “trying to leave” his car, jokes about the pair started popping up on social media.

50 Cent joined in with a meme based on the 1991 film Boyz N the Hood that depicted Megan Thee Stallion running down an alley as Tory Lanez aimed a gun at her from the backseat of a car. “Run Ricky Run,” he captioned the now-deleted meme. “WTF is really going on? #bransoncognac #lecheminduroi.”

Megan Thee Stallion didn’t directly comment on the post, but she expressed her frustrations with the jokes in a later tweet.

After She Broke Down About The Incident

Megan Thee Stallion went to Instagram Live on July 27 to tell fans how she was doing. 

After seeing the clip, 50 Cent apologized to Megan Thee Stallion on Twitter. “👀 Damn I didn’t think this sh*t was real,” he wrote alongside a clip from her Instagram Live. “🤦‍♂️ It sounded so crazy @theestallion I’m glad your feeling better and I hope you can accept my apology. I posted a meme that was floating around.

Source: DailyMail

The Fan Reactions

Therefore, For all the positive reactions, there were arguably just as many that were negative. Many social media users said they should have been better informed, while others said the 50-cent apology was not as real as it sounds, and referred to the use of shrugged emoji. Shoulders at the end.

Source: BBC