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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.
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!”