“You mean to tell me you motherf—— are gonna kick me off the stage for T.I. and Jeezy? F— this. F— it,” says 50 in the video before he drops the mic. “I got one minute left? You mean to tell me I can’t have one minute. I’m not leaving I don’t give a f— who coming up next for the next minute.”
Fiddy then went on to diss the station and claimed that he’ll just use the internet to get his music out.
“I don’t want your motherf—— station no more. We got YouTube. I don’t need no motherf—— body. It’s too late. It’s too late to hate. You shoulda hated on me in 2003,” he said referencing his six-time platinum debut album, Get Rich or Die Tryin’, which was released that year.
The 40 year-old filed for bankruptcy last year but 50 assures the crowd that he still has money in the bank.
“I’m rich as a motherf—–,” he said. “I do, I filed, I will file bankruptcy because I want the discount. Ask Donald Trump, he did the s— five times.”
But as if that moment wasn’t awkward enough, 50 decides to switch gears and leave the audience with some advice.
“Learn to love yourself as much as you love someone else.”
Catch the video above.