50 cent is proving his loyalty to Tekashi69, and called Ebro out for working with the [police.

Ebro weighed in on Tekashi's legal woes during a segment on his Hot 97 radio show. He blasted Tekashi for misappropriating the culture and then went on a rant against Elliot Grainge, the man who bankrolled Tekashi's rise to fame. Ebro then read a letter sent to him from the NYPD.

"We actually tried to warn him, but he refused to listen. His crew should have shielded him from being involved in any crime because he was there chance to get out. When you get involved in shootings in NYC, it's asking for an express ticket to prison," read Ebro.

Ebro revealed that the New York Police Department said that they believed 6ix9ine would be either in dead or in jail before the year's end, but 50 wants to know why Ebro is even in contact with the cops.

In a post captioned: "@oldmanebro you working with police 🤷🏽‍♂️why the police sending you intel," 50 posted a screenshot of part of a transcript of his epic rant.

It appears that 50 still cares after all.

Ebro cleared everything up via his Twitter account.

6ix9ine has been denied bail as the judge has deemed him too dangerous to let out on house arrest.

His debut album DUMMY BOY was set to drop this Friday but has been postponed "until further notice." The news was first broken by the rapper's close friend, DJ Akademiks.