50 Cent To Boxer Saying He Stole Money: You Punk, I Can’t Fight For You!

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Throughout the years, many adjectives have been used to describe 50 Cent. Earlier this week, the established entrepreneur used his Instagram to refute Billy Dib’s allegations that he stole over $1 M from the Australian boxer. The incensed entertainer wrote, “I didn’t take a dime of your money. They call me a lot of sh*t, but never a thief.”

An introspective Billy told The Daily Telegraph how things with 50 went awry. “My career was skyrocketing, things were going amazing, and then unfortunately — and when I say unfortunately I really do mean unfortunately — I signed for 50 Cent, who basically knew nothing about the sport of boxing,” expressed Dib.

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The Outback-import expressed that unfulfilled promises led to a diminished appreciation for the sport. “And that’s what was happening to me, I was being promised certain things and I was only being delivered a quarter of what was promised,” claimed Dib.

To further demonstrate his disdain, 50, would take shots at Dib’s credentials and courage. Although, Billy once boasted a nearly pristine record, Fif’ questioned how a less experienced Russian boxer could so easily defeat him. “With a record of 35-1 (21 KOs), Dib must have fought 21 cab drivers in Australia because Evgeny Gradovich with a record of 15-0 (8 KOs) beat the sh*t out of him, despite taking the fight on a month’s notice.”

Next, 50 claimed to have given Dib the empowering tools to help erect his boxing legacy. Even a rematch with Gradovich on the Pacquiao undercard couldn’t motivate Billy to a win. “He got knocked the f**k out,” wrote 50 before adding, “I can only set the fight up…I can’t fight for you, punk!”

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27 Responses to “50 Cent To Boxer Saying He Stole Money: You Punk, I Can’t Fight For You!”

  1. Black Jay Supreme

    “…they call me a lot of sh*t, but never a thief.”

    Ummm….. Didn’t the courts just find you guilty of being a thief for stealing your headphone technology? I got $17 million reasons why that statement is wrong. 😂😂😂😂😂

    • ZUBU

      Bro, 50 got high priced lawyers he ain’t paying all that money he will wait them out then reach a settlement for considerably less. He has the money all day. He can sell one house and pay it all off and not have to touch his cash. He has legal guys in his ear telling him the best way to play this without paying full price… It’s wicked but that is how the power dudes do it… It’s why Baby and Slim never pay people on time, if at all…. They have learned the to play the legal way but still be shady, once again I don’t condone it but it is what it is….

      • Black Jay Supreme

        I hear what you’re saying but that ain’t the point. The point is….. he absolutely is a thief. He tried to lie and act like nobody ever called him that. Not only did somebody call him that, the courts certified that in the form of a judgment. That’s what the $17 million is. Like it or not, he’s on the books as a certified thief. It is what it is….

  2. ZUBU

    Obviously that business relation is over. I doubt if 50 stole a mill from him, but regardless of the business dealings you have to handle your business in the ring. Don King, Bob Arum been fukking fighters out of money for years. Now Oscar doing his thing; I think Money-May; 50 doing his. It’s a smooth hustle, everybody can win. The only pawn is the boxer who can win if he is a great fighter, and smart enough to get out the game with his brain intact….

  3. WeakSauce

    “I can only set the fight up…I can’t fight for you, punk!”
    That line says all we need to know about this Punks career.

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