50 Cent was dragged over using his 9-11 post to promote his liquor brands.
“This day will forever be remembered, to those who lost loved ones my condolences,” he wrote before adding the tags #bransoncognac and #lecheminduroi.
This is tacky AF. Imagine tagging your product in a tweet like this! pic.twitter.com/bjxhUtT1CO
— 𝙉𝘼𝙏𝙃𝘼𝙉 (@Nath_2389) September 12, 2021
You really needed to tag your brand and use this picture? Maybe a little class.
— John Peach (@mrpeachhistory) September 11, 2021
Did you seriously fucking hashtag your liquor on a 9/11 post?!?!
— Kenny (@WarlockKenny) September 11, 2021
50 usually tags his social media posts with his brands, but fans thought he should have left them off on this occasion.
This month, 50 was called out for a post about Michael K. Williams, who was found dead in his home. 50 Cent took to Instagram to post about the sad news.
“Damn if you didn’t see Raising Kanan check it out,” he captioned the post. “that fentanyl is no joke, killing the clientele. RIP michael k. williams.”
He also included a screenshot of a New York Post article that claimed the actor died from a heroin overdose.
According to the article, “Williams, 54, was discovered face-down and unresponsive in the dining room of his luxury Williamsburg pad with what appeared to be heroin on the kitchen table.”
“No foul play indicated,” a police source said. “No forced entry, the apartment was in order.”
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