Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson stopped in Canada on Saturday, July 6, where he performed and celebrated his 49th birthday. The now-viral video of his performance surfaced on Monday, July 8, showing the rapper making light of Rick Ross’ recent altercation at Vancouver’s Ignite Festival. We know Fiddy just can’t help himself when it comes to shading his ops.

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“I can’t believe what y’all did to Rick Ross. You f**ked him up,” 50 Cent joked with the audience, pretending to spot the attacker in the crowd. “Who was it, you did it? There he go right there!… Who said Canada was soft? Who said that sh*t?”

50 Cent posted a brief Instagram clip referencing Ross’ situation on Sunday, July 7. The “Power” mogul expressed his appreciation for his Canadian fans, saying, “They f**k with me out here. They beat Rick Ross the f**k up.” The video also featured Uncle Murda, who said, “We’re going to Canada, and we ain’t them other ni**as, you heard.”


Rick Ross, in damage control mode, recently addressed the attack by Canadian goons in a humorous Instagram Story on Thursday, July 4. The “Biggest Bawse” recounted the incident, denying that he was punched in the face. 

“Let me tell you something: When the first dude stepped up to Rozay—the little short fat one that looked like Bam Bam Bigelow from wrestling—when he stepped up… I squat down to his eyes and I said, ‘Boy, if I hit you, you gon see everything you ate for the last few days.’ His balls dropped out of his a**, he never said another word, he never did nothing he was a straight busta. Then the ni**a behind him said, ‘I KNOW MMAyyyyyye.’ And then I got hit with a drink. I’m still convinced ain’t no ni**a punch me.”

Okay …

ICYMI, the altercation occurred at Vancouver’s Ignite Music Festival on Sunday, June 30, after Ross ended his set by playing Kendrick Lamar’s “Not Like Us.” As Rozay left the stage, a group of Drake fans confronted him and his team, leading to a brawl. Video footage captured one of the men hitting Ross, prompting his bodyguards and entourage to intervene.

And, of course, 50 Cent seized the moment. And that he did. Sold out show from the looks of it, on his birthday no less. Winning.