50 Cent has actually rejected having anything to do with an attack on an Australian street artist who made an enemy out of the rapper after consistently spoofing him in his work.
The In Da Club hitmaker has actually been venting about the murals painted by Lushsux on social media for weeks, after having his face coupled with the bodies of Tekashi 6ix9ine, U.S. President Donald Trump, Vice President Mike Pence, and fighter Mike Tyson, amongst numerous others.
After identifying pictures of the artist’s most current Tyson piece, 50 took to Instagram and fumed, “This guy need a a** whoopin bad, he still doing this s**t (sic).”
Lushsux reacted by sharing a screenshot of 50’s remarks, and exposed he had in fact been hospitalised just recently over his numerous art work.
“50 seems to want some more walls (of art)?,” he composed. “Unfortunately, some 6 or 7 smooth brains at one time on the street already put me in hospital already this month because of this s**t. I don’t like to bring up all the bad stuff I have to deal with just to paint some haha funny you laugh now images on walls, but I guess now is a chance (sic).”
Lushsux likewise consisted of a picture of himself in healthcare facility, and confessed wasn’t the first time he has “unwillingly” needed to “fight people” to protect himself and his developments.
Nevertheless, he declined to let the violence stop him from continuing his amusing paintings.
He added, “It’s tiresome, but it will not ever stop me doing what 99.8% of what everyone else seems to for the most part get a hearty chuckle out of, because they aren’t sociopathic pieces of s**t.”
50 consequently attempted to distance himself from the pounding, rejecting any obligation.
“The artist got (punched) in the (face) that wasn’t me i didn’t do that (sic),” he responded in an emoji-filled post, as Lushsux declared he didn’t blame the super star for the attack.
“I blame violent video games,” the artist specified. “We gotta ban that s**t already”.
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