Although "Fofty" has since deleted every trace of the petty brawl from his Instagram, he's still selling T-shirts that mock the fight.
The unlikely yet highly entertaining feud among 50 Cent, "Vanderpump Rules" star Lala Kent and her fiancé Randall Emmett has come to an end because the rapper got his $1 million from the movie producer.
"I got my money, so I have no problem with Randall," 50 captioned a since-deleted screenshot of a text message conversation the two had just had. "In fact, I'm wishing him and his family a very blessed day. Positive vibes now, guys. LOL."
The screenshot showed Randall telling 50 he "agreed to all the terms" and asked him to "stop posting." Emmett also assured him that the "money will be there in the a.m."
50 replied, "You made this f--king mess. When the money hits the accounts, everything calms down." Shortly after, he sent, "Ok. I just got the wire, asshole. Back to my regular scheduled program."
Whether you've been keeping up with the drama, noticed "fofty" trending on Twitter or have no clue what we're talking about, here's the general gist of what's gone down over the last 72 hours:
On Friday, 50 took to Instagram to share a "Pump Rules" snippet of Lala telling co-star Stassi Schroeder about how she met Randall and immediately landed an acting role in one of his films, adding that he got her Range Rover the day after she let him "hit it."
In his caption, 50 wrote, "10 seconds left in the 4th quarter, hoes are winning. Do you want a Range Rover? Yes, bitch, yassss. Then just run out and suck a dick. LOL. SMH. ME TOO ROLE PLAY: Are you an actress? Come to my hotel and act like you really want the role, then suck a dick. No good, Randall. No good."
In response, Lala shared a video of herself on Instagram Live, ripping into 50 and claiming he was "diminishing the validity" of the #MeToo movement.
50 retaliated by sharing a plethora of text messages he exchanged with Randall (they co-produced drama series "Power") over the weekend, saying Emmett owed him $1 million. He also likened Randall Emmett to Harvey Weinstein, likely because of Lala's response to his #MeToo reference.
In the texts, Randall apologized profusely, revealed he had asked the rapper to be a groomsman, begged "Fofty" (best typo since "covfefe") to make it stop and said the stress of the incident had sent him the hospital with chest pains. But 50 didn't let up posting their private messages, brutal memes and photos poking fun at the producer.
50 then shared a second "Pump Rules" clip of Lala telling other co-star Brittany Cartwright after a short-lived split from Randall, "There's a lot of dick out there for me to suck to get on a PJ. I'm just letting you know. Like, no matter what, I can still live that life. You just need to have a mouth, baby. It doesn't matter what you look like."
He captioned the clip, "Life after Fofty gets his money. BJs for new PJs." He also added shots of Emmett looking stressed and added the tune, "Manic Monday" by The Bangles, to the post.
On Monday morning -- "pay day" -- the rapper shared a picture of his head Photoshopped onto every single "Pump Rules" castmembers' body in the opening shot of the Bravo series. "Fofty Cent Rules," the image read. Lala's co-star and former friend, James Kennedy, liked almost all of the rapper's shady posts, even commenting, "I'm DEAD," on the first snippet he shared.
In the midst of all the back and forth, Randall and Lala unfollowed each other from Instagram and have refrained from commenting on the matter publicly. Meanwhile, 50 began selling T-shirts mocking the ongoing fight. The shirt displays Emmett's message, "I'm sorry FOFTY," followed by 50's response, "$1,000,000."
Although 50 has since deleted every trace of the petty brawl from his Instagram, the T-shirts are still available for purchase.
The "fofty" ordeal had Bravo fans -- including Chrissy Teigen -- obsessively refreshing their Instagram feeds all weekend long.
"I never ever want 50 Cent to be mad at me," she tweeted Sunday. "Please love me, Fofty." 50 shared the tweet on his Instagram and said he could never not love the model and her husband, John Legend.
Andy Cohen even had his "Watch What Happens Live" producers work into his Sunday night show a segment where he broke down the feud. Andy seemed to be more stoked to know 50 watches Bravo (or at least clips of Bravo) than he was upset that one of his own had been under attack.
"Vanderpump Rules" airs Mondays at 9 p.m. on Bravo.
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