Behind 50 Cent’s Comment at the Nicki Minaj Concert: A Closer Look

50 Cent Reacts To Ex Daphne Joy Being Named In Updated Diddy Lawsuit: “I Didn’t Know You Was a Sex Worker”

Daphne Joy and 50 Cent (Instagram/Getty)

In a recent development that has caught the attention of many, 50 Cent made headlines during a Nicki Minaj concert at Madison Square Garden. The rapper, whose real name is Curtis Jackson, joined Minaj on stage and made a controversial remark that has since sparked considerable discussion. Jackson, in a moment that quickly became a talking point, expressed his affection for “sex workers” while on the mic. This comment, brief as it was, was interpreted by many as a veiled jab at his ex-partner, Daphne Joy.

The backstory to Jackson’s comment involves allegations that have surfaced in a lawsuit amended by Rodney Jones, where Daphne Joy was implicated as being involved with Sean “Diddy” Combs in a manner described within the lawsuit. These allegations have been a source of contention, particularly since Jackson and Joy share a son, Sire, aged 12.

In response to Jackson’s actions and comments, Daphne Joy accused him of serious misconduct during their relationship, allegations that Jackson has strongly denied. Moreover, Joy has also denied the claims made in the lawsuit regarding her.

Daphne Joy With Serious Allegations Against 50 Cent: Accusations of Rape and Neglect
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Following his onstage performance, Jackson continued to stir the pot on social media platforms like X (formerly Twitter), where he compared Minaj and Combs, further distancing Minaj from the allegations associated with Combs. Jackson’s commentary extended to his admiration for Minaj’s influence and presence, humorously noting his interaction with the audience during the show.

This incident between Jackson and Joy hints at a brewing legal battle over the custody of their son, with Jackson expressing intentions to seek sole custody amidst the ongoing drama with Combs.

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