50 Cent disses Manny Pacquiao via Twitter

No relation with the story. This just looks awesome. 

Last March 5, 50 Cent twittered about Philippine icon Manny Pacquiao.

Being in cahoots with Floyd Mayweather, 50 Cent said a bunch of big words against our favourite flag-bearer.

The guy accused Manny about a bunch of words that involves steroids, the homeless, and being an American.

It was kind of like a man defending his girlfriend.

Whatever it is, I didn’t know if this is some publicity stunt or something because in the Philippines where Manny Pacquiao is highly-respected, the news barely made any headway.

I’m just happy that he didn’t say anything racist.

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Maybe it is their culture but they have to be really careful with the threats they are going to make. Libel is a pretty strong suit to rob a person millions of dollars. If you are an internationally-famed star, whether in the stage or in the ring, you should be careful of what stupidity you’re going to write.

I mean this is your opinion... but the accusations that were brought barely has any evidence.

Besides, it is not as if 50 Cent’s boytoy doesn’t do bad crap. He was publicly dissing his father, he beats up women, and he barely resembles anything American in his system.

I believe Pacquiao became awesome because his American trainer Freddie Roach made him one.

Dude, Floydie is too proud to have his people fighting for him.

Does Floyd even know he’s doing this?

Maybe 50 Cent can ask Floyd Mayweather when will he fight Manny Pacquiao because it sickens me that until now all I can hear about this fight are taunts.

Game over.


  1. Why should the uneducated opinion of a junkie and self-confessed drug dealer matter? Because he commissioned the plagiarist Robert Greene to pen his book, 50th Law? He's just another gangsta rapper with a long rap sheet. And guess what, Curtis Jackson--his real-life lame name--made a 16-year old girl do the dirty work for his drug deals. Real tough guy, huh! So his talk is just as cheap as his name.

  2. i agree with all you said except for that robert greene bit.

    teka, i think i know you. hehe!

  3. It's your right to disagree. But I'm right, Robert Greene is a plagiarist. Most of the parts of The 48 Laws of Power were lifted heavily (plagiarized) from Balthasar Gracian's The Art of Worldly Wisdom. And he never cited the 17th century Jesuit's aphorisms in his bibliography. If you haven't read Gracian, of course, you'll disagree!

  4. Here's a sample of the blatant plagiarism by Robert Greene:

    Law 10 Infection: Avoid the Unhappy and Unlucky

    And here's where he stole the line, from the original aphorism by Baltasar Gracian:

    xxxi Select the Lucky and avoid the Unlucky.

    Here are a few more comparative samples:

    Law 5 So Much Depends on Reputation Guard it with your Life
    xcvii Obtain and preserve a Reputation.

    Law 12 Use Selective Honesty and Generosity to Disarm your Victim
    clxxxi The Truth, but not the whole Truth.

    Law 16 Use Absence to Increase Respect and Honor
    cxxiv Get Yourself missed.

    Greene sure practices what he preaches: Law 7, Get others to do the Work for you, but Always Take the Credit.

  5. yeah. i saw that name once in the book's wikipedia account alongside machiavelli. i don't know much about the book. pero really, he plagiarized?

  6. i see. so he is a mere "revise-r" then.

    perhaps he thought he'll have something that gracian couldn't have - money and a 50-cent bromance.

  7. What the hell is a reviser, Greene apologist!?

    Here's a definition of plagiarism by http://legal-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com/plagiarism:

    "The act of appropriating the literary composition of another author, or excerpts, ideas, or passages therefrom, and passing the material off as one's own creation."

    So you don't have to use everything verbatim to plagiarize. As long as you APPROPRIATED the work of another WITHOUT ATTRIBUTION, that's plagiarism!

  8. greene is loving the fact that copyright laws barely existed during gracian's period. :)