50 Cent's Threats Over "Power" Condemned By Cable Company

50 Cent stalked Optimum cable driver on his social media, and the company isn't laughing.

(AllHipHop News) 50 Cent is being criticized over an Instagram post on Friday, where he stalked an Optimum van driver.

50 is pissed because Altice, Optimum's parent company, is dropping Starz from the lineup.

In his IG post, the rapper followed the "motherf##ker" in his Rolls Royce and threatened to ram the driver with his luxury vehicle.

"Look at this b##ch, he don't even see me following his motherf##king ass. Optimum motherf##ker, f##king with my series and s##t," the angry rapper fumed.

Altice just issued a statement condemning 50 Cent's actions, which was posted to his millions of followers.

"The safety of our employees and customers is our number one priority and it is outrageous that a commercial dispute has led to the threat of violence against our employees," Altice said in a statement.

"This behavior is reprehensible and should not be tolerated, and we will do everything in our power to protect our employees following this public threat of violence."

Altice's decision to drop Starz from Optimum will impact over 2 million viewers in the New York region, which helped the rap star draw record numbers for his hit series "Power."

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Southcidal3
Southcidal3

BishopCrooks, when I said the game is full of tough guys , I meant image wise. I don't know who is really a tough guy or not. Your problem is that you're acting as if you know these dudes. You can hear the struggle in their voice? Huh? Personally, I don't base what I like strictly on who I think has been through pain or not. I could give one good fuhc. If you are a shiity rapper you can have been the biggest crack seller in the world. but I'm not rocking with garbage. I think 50 Cent is an overrated artist who has made a career off of people like yourself who like music based strictly on the artist's image.

BishopCrooks
BishopCrooks

The hell southcidal talkin about? The problem is thre barely is any real tough guys in the industry.... most are fake, dressed up by media as thugs to market 'gangsters' to white ppl lol..... real 'tough guys' come from real place, with authenticity making for real hip hop. can hear the struggle, the pain, hell even the guilt in their voice.... dude can listen to his club rappers....lol

ZUBU
ZUBU

50 came into the game with street cred, anytime you were pushing a big boy benz, and got popped nine times before rap you got cred... As someone else said 50 ain't gonna run his Roy Double into a work van... SMH sensitive thugs need hugs.

MichaelTrump
MichaelTrump

nah every rapper don't need street cred, 50 just stays with the boombap. If you think creativity is just mumbling 16 bars over and over well okay.

Southcidal3
Southcidal3

He's authentically what? That's the problem with rap. Yall need street cred from your artists more than creativity. Now every rapper does bs to get street cred which results in losses across the board. What we got is an industry full of tough guys and very few talented guys. Personally, I could care less how "authentic" he is if the song is banging because can we REALLY tell who is or isn't "authentic" from social media?