50 Cent Insists It’s Not Looking Good For Diddy Following News Cassie Is Cooperating In Investigation

50 Cent reacts to a report that Cassie is cooperating with federal authorities in the Diddy investigation.

50 Cent Reacts to Cassie News

On Wednesday (April 3), 50 Cent weighed in on a TMZ report that claimed Cassie has been in touch with federal authorities about Diddy’s reported 𝑠e𝑥 trafficking investigation.

On Instagram, Fif shared a screenshot of a news report about the Cassie news, which can be seen below.

In the caption of the post, the G-Unit head honcho wrote, “Oh yeah, it’s not looking good for the Diddler. LOL,” referencing the nickname the internet has given Puff.

Diddy Investigation Continues

On May 25, Diddy’s homes in Los Angeles and Miami were raided by agents for the Department of Homeland Security, reportedly as the result of information gathered in multiple lawsuits filed against Diddy in the past five months. Cassie sued Diddy last November and accused him of years of 𝑠e𝑥ual and physical abuse. Diddy quickly settled the lawsuit. However, it is unclear if the former R&B singer received the settlement. Cassie is not the only person reportedly telling what she knows. Two other women and a man have reportedly also spoken with authorities about the case.

See Rappers Who Beat Major Legal Cases and Walked Away With a VictoryHip-hop came out with a win in some way in these cases

Murder Was The Case for Snoop DoggFresh off his successful run of features on Dr. Dre’s 1992 album, The Chronic, Snoop Dogg was considered one of hip-hop’s best up-and-coming artists. Snoop, born Calvin Brodus, found himself in serious legal trouble while recording his now-iconic debut album, DoggystyleThe Los Angeles native was arrested and charged with first-degree murder in 1993 after McKinley Lee, Snoop’s bodyguard, shot and killed a rival gang member.According to reports, Snoop and his bodyguard, McKinley Lee, were involved in an altercation with a rival gang member, Philip Woldemariam, at Los Angeles’ Woodbine Park on Aug. 23, 1993. Lee shot and killed Woldemariam while Snoop was the driver of a Jeep Cherokee vehicle they were in. Snoop claimed the shooting was an act of self-defense.However, both men were indicted on murder charges, conspiracy and manslaughter. The trial began two years later and lasted three months. It was determined that Lee was acting in self-defense. Both were found not guilty of all charges except a voluntary manslaughter charge, which the jury deadlocked on. Snoop Dogg was acquitted on Feb. 20, 1996.

Boosie BadAzz’s Alleged Hitman for HireBoosie Badazz might be known for his raw, uncut style of rap and controversial opinions, but the Baton Rouge, La. native found himself in the courtroom facing accusations of hiring Michael “Marlo Mike” Louding to kill Terry Boyd, a 35-year-old man who was shot and killed in 2009.In the initial story, Louding, the alleged shooter, said he was ordered by Boosie to murder Boyd. Louding shot Boyd through a window of a home, and confessed that the rapper paid him $2,800 for the hit job. However, Louding later changed his testimony at the 2012 trial, claiming detectives forced him into making a false confession. He retracted his previous statement and informed the jurors that neither he nor Boosie had any involvement in the killing of Boyd.The prosecution called nearly 30 witnesses during the trial, seeking a life sentence for Boosie. “I never killed Terry Boyd,” Louding answered. “And Mr. Hatch [Boosie] never paid me to kill Terry Boyd.” After six days of testimony and only one hour of deliberation from the jury, the rhymer was acquitted of first-degree murder. However, Boosie was already serving a sentence at Angola correctional facility for a drug charge. He spent 52 months in prison for that case. Louding was found guilty of murder and sentenced to life in prison.

Tupac Shakur’s 1993 HardshipsTupac Shakur is widely regarded as one of the greatest artists to ever live. He was prolific, educated and poetic both on and off the mic. Before 1993, ’Pac had a nearly clean record with law enforcement. He managed to avoid scandals, except for a 1991 jaywalking case, which resulted in police unnecessarily throwing the West Coast MC to the ground. Tupac was able to settle out of court for a reported $42,000. He also faced a wrongful death lawsuit for the 1992 killing of a 6-year-old boy, which was also settled out of court in 1995.However, in 1993, following Tupac’s second album, Strictly 4 My N***A.Z…, the legal issues began stacking for the late rapper. From a felonious assault misdemeanor in April of 1993 to a concealed weapons case later in 1994, Tupac was a consistent headline for run-ins with the police. On Halloween in 1993, Tupac tried to stop two White off-duty cops, brothers Mark Whitwell and Scott Whitwell, from harassing a Black driver in Atlanta. Both men were found to be drunk and high. According to reports, a heated altercation ensued, with one of the officers brandishing their gun. Tupac fired his own gun in self-defense, sending both officers to the hospital. He struck one in the buttocks and one in the abdomen.While the initial story painted Tupac as the aggressor, further evidence, such as the officers’ being intoxicated and both men carrying stolen guns, revealed the West Coast rhymer was actually the retaliator. This evidence led to the dismissal of all charges against the rapper.Following the case, Tupac faced further legal troubles in November of 1993, when he and two other men faced sodomy charges. Ayanna Jackson claimed she and Tupac had consensual 𝑠e𝑥 on a separate occasion, but on this particular night, she was allegedly raped by two other men in the presence of the rapper. On Dec. 1, 1994, Shakur was acquitted of three sodomy charges and associated gun charges. However, the rapper was found guilty of two counts of first-degree 𝑠e𝑥ual abuse for forcing contact with her buttocks. Jurors cited a lack of evidence for the sodomy conviction

Gucci Mane’S Beef Turns DeadlyGucci Mane’s intense rap feud with Jeezy is well-documented. At one point, they engaged is what is regarded as the most disrespectful Verzuz battles in the program’s history. Looking back at their feud, this rivalry began when Jeezy and Gucci Mane recorded their first collaboration, “Icy,” in 2005.The song went on Gucci’s first album, Trap House, instead of Jeezy’s first album, Let’s Get It: Thug Motivation 101. Over a few months, the two artists would exchange diss tracks with one another. Jeezy allegedly placing a $10,000 bounty on Gucci Mane’s chain. However, their beef would come to the forefront on May 10, 2005, following the murder of Henry Lee Clark III, known as Pookie Loc, who was an associate of Young Jeezy.Pookie Loc was shot and killed by Gucci Mane following the victim allegedly attacking Gucci at a home in Decatur, Ga. Gucci Mane would turn himself in to authorities in the following days, stating that he acted in self-defense. He served nine months in jail before attending trial, where he admitted to shooting his attacker but maintained that he acted in self-defense. Gucci was acquitted on Jan. 17, 2006, due to eyewitness reports backing his self-defense claim. This left prosecutors no evidence for a murder case. Nine months after being charged with murder, Gucci Mane was found not guilty

Diddy Involved in Nightclub ShootingBefore Diddy was literally running the city of New York, he was running the city alongside then-girlfriend Jennifer Lopez. Back on Dec. 28, 1999, a visit to a nightclub turned their relationship into a tabloid mainstay. The couple, alongside Shyne and several others, were involved in a New York nightclub altercation, which turned deadly. Three people were shot. Diddy, Lopez and their entourage were arrested.According to reports, the altercation began when the Bad Boy Records CEO bumped Matthew “Scar” Allen and spilled his drink, which caused an argument. Allen allegedly hit Diddy with a wad of money. The situation turned deadly when Shyne pulled out a gun and shot three innocent bystanders while aiming for Allen. Police discovered a stolen gun in Diddy’s vehicle after he and company attempted to flee the scene, but were stopped in their vehicle mere blocks away. Jennifer Lopez was released from police custody. However, Diddy was charged with assault with a deadly weapon. He went to trial in 2001, which lasted two months. Diddy was acquitted after enlisting the help of former O.J. Simpson defense lawyer Johnnie Cochran, who proved Diddy’s lack of involvement in the shooting.Shyne was acquitted of attempted murder, but was found guilty of first-degree assault, reckless endangerment and criminal possession of a weapon. He spent eight years in prison and was released in 2009. Shyne was deported to Belize after his incarceration.

Freddie Gibbs’ Overseas NightmareFreddie Gibbs found himself in trouble overseas after being arrested by French police in 2016. He was taken into custody prior to a performance during the European leg of his Shadow of a Doubt Tour. Gibbs’ arrest happened under claims that HE raped a woman while on tour in Vienna, Austria, in July of 2015. Gibbs was bailed out two weeks after his arrest. However, he still faced a maximum sentence of up to 10 years in prison.Gibbs admitted that he and his friends met two women—aged 16 and 17 at the time (Austria’s age of consent is 14, so, legally, they were not underage)—backstage after the show and brought them to hang out in one of their rooms at their hotel. The next morning, the women reported to police they had been 𝑠e𝑥ually abused by an unnamed friend in the rapper’s entourage. Ten months later, in May of 2016, Gibbs was accused by the 17-year-old alleged victim of 𝑠e𝑥ual abuse after she told authorities she remembered Gibbs had 𝑠e𝑥 with her the night of the incident.Austrian newspaper Kurier reported that Gibbs and his friend allegedly took advantage of the two women after their drinks were possibly spiked backstage by someone at the show. While Gibbs denied the allegations, video evidence led to the rapper’s acquittal. Surveillance footage captured the alleged victims before and after the alleged incidents, which helped to eliminate their inebriation claims. While Gibbs spent four months in French and Austrian jails, on Sept. 30, 2016, the Austrian court acquitted Gibbs on all 𝑠e𝑥ual-assault charges.

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