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50 Cent Shredded for Mocking Terry Crews’ Sexual Assault Accusation

”You’re a complete piece of s—,“ one commenter responds to rapper’s Instagram post

50 Cent was beat up pretty hard on social media Tuesday, after the rapper mocked Terry Crews on Instagram over his allegation that he was sexually assaulted.

“Brooklyn Nine-Nine” star Crews testified before a Senate Judiciary Committee about sexual abuse on Tuesday and revealed during his testimony that he will not appear in “The Expendables 4” due to a dispute with producer Avi Lerner over his ongoing sexual harassment lawsuit against William Morris Endeavor agent Adam Venit.

During the hearing, Crews said that Lerner called his manager and said that Crews would have to drop the lawsuit in order to have a role in the film. When asked by the committee if he agreed, Crews said he would have no role in the upcoming sequel and noted that Lerner and his production company, Millennium Films, are under their own investigation after a former female employee filed a lawsuit claiming the company fostered a “misogynistic work environment.”

50 Cent’s contribution to the topic, posted early Tuesday, was less than sympathetic, to put it charitably.

The rapper posted an image of a shirtless Crews, which bore the words, “I got raped” and “My wife just watched.”

A second photo featured the actor with a rose stem clenched between his teeth and the message, “Gym time.”

“LOL,What the f— is going on out here man? Terry: I froze in fear,” the rapper wrote, including a laughing emoji, “they would have had to take me to jail.”

Crews filed a civil suit against WME and Venit related to an incident in 2016 when Crews accused Venit of groping him at a Hollywood party.

Venit was suspended by WME for 30 days while an investigation was held, but the agency ruled that while he would be demoted from his position as head of the Motion Picture Department, he would be allowed to stay on as an agent. The Los Angeles City Attorney’s office declined to prosecute Venit, saying that the incident fell outside the statute of limitations.

Critics of the rapper’s commentary on the matter flooded the replies section of the Instagram post with messages of disapproval.

“Do humanity a favor and leave the f—ing planet already,” read one response.

“You’re really a piece of s— for this,” read another response.

“Stop being stupid Curtis,” read another reply, referring to the rapper by his given name, Curtis Jackson III.

“50 really ain’t s— for this,” went another reply. ” This ain’t no where near funny.”

“You’re a complete piece of s—. Cash doesn’t buy class. Definitely won’t be supporting Power since your company produces it,” read another criticism, referring to 50 Cent’s Starz series “Power.” “Aren’t you being sued? Not smart enough to know when to stfu.”

The post was later removed from 50 Cent’s Instagram account. The rapper published another post stating, “Man l like Terry Crews, l just can’t wrap my head around all this.

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