50 Cent Criticised For Insensitive Post Following Michael K. Williams Death
50 Cent has been criticised for advertising his own TV show in a supposed tribute to late actor Michael K. Williams.
The rapper posted a supposed tribute to the late actor, who was found dead in his home in New York on Monday, with a nod to his own TV show Raising Kanan.
“Damn if you didn’t see Raising Kanan check it out that fentanyl is no joke, killing the clientele. RIP micheal k. williams,” he wrote on Twitter.
Fans of the rapper quickly began criticising him for not only plugging his own TV show but for also spelling Michael’s name wrong.
“I’m not surprised he did something like this because we all know he’s known for being a trash a** person,” one fan wrote.
50 Cent also posted a screenshot of a New York Post article which stated drug paraphernalia was found at the actor’s home alongside the caption.
“Don’t ever try to understand me I’m different. I don’t do all the fake love s**t.”
Both posts from the rapper have since been deleted.
Another user on Twitter questioned how people can still support 50 Cent after his recent posts.
“50 cent has literally shown us who he is for years. I honestly don’t know why y’all still support his projects but that’s another discussion.” they wrote.
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