50 Cent takes another shot at Wendy Williams; Looks like their fight is not going to end anytime soon

The ongoing tussle between Wendy Williams and 50 Cents is again in news. This time, it gets even uglier than before with Cent’s another Instagram post against Wendy.

Yesterday, Cent posted a picture of himself in which Wendy’s face was photoshopped upon someone’s, who is hugging Cent in the picture. In the picture, Wendy is hugging Cent from behind while he beams into the camera.

At the bottom of the picture, appears the words, “A Nightmare On Elm Street”. In the caption, he called Wendy a b**ch. He captioned, “First I hate you but now I love you 50. yeah I know but chill out b*tch. LOL#lecheminduroi #bransoncognac”

Earlier also, Cent had lashed out Wendy with an Instagram post. 50 posted a picture of Wendy Williams with Tiffany Haddish and captioned it with brutal remarks against Wendy. 

Before that, both were again in the news for Cent’s denial of Wendy’s entry to his Tycoon Pool party. That time also, Cent posted a video of Wendy struggling to enter the party, on Instagram. And he wrote, “[Y]ou can’t just show up to my PARTY if you been talking about me,” he wrote in the caption of the post. “B***H wait outside.”

On the other hand, Wendy claimed that she was at the party just to take pictures with Snoop Dogg. She said that it was for her son who was celebrating his 19th birthday that same night. Eventually, Wendy was successful in getting the pictures for her son.

Last year in 2018, both were again in the news for similar reasons. Wendy, in 2018, on her show once sort of implied that 50 Cents was gay while discussing him, Remy Ma and her husband, Papoose. 50 got offended and attacked Wendy through an Instagram post.

Cent claims that he hates Wendy because she had discussed some of his personal issues over which he had zero control. Moreover, Cent says that he is nasty towards Wendy because she is successful. Had she not been successful, Cent’s nastiness would have been considered mere bullying. But now as she is successful, Cent believes that his harshness is justified.