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50 Cent’s Scary Twitter Photos of Beyonce and Jay Z’s baby Blue Ivy



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This is how 50 Cent relit a fire under Jay-Z: posting grotesque mock-ups of this new baby daughter with Beyonce, Ivy Blue.

50 Cent has certainly struck himself off Jay Z’s Christmas card list and moved onto the hit list with these mock-ups of the rapper’s new baby with wife Beyonce.

Mocking somene’s kid is just not done in hip-hop circles. But it looks like 50 Cent got one of his most adept Photoshopping buddies onto the case. The results are certainly not pretty!

In a cruel photod Jay Z’s face has been superimposed onto the body of a baby, with a seemingly innocent message to the new parents:

“Yal play to much congratulations to JAYZ and Beyonce BABY #BlueIvyCarter IS GEORGOUS,” he Tweeted.

But look at the photos and that’s not an innocent intent.

Jay Z and 50 Cent have been rivals for some time, with the latter once saying no one knew who Jay was until he married Beyonce. He has also threatened to take Beyonce for himself and have babies with her!

He recently went on another Twitter rant about how he thought he didn’t have long left to live. Since all of that though, he’s been posting lots of pictures of himself with boxer Floyd Mayweather and bundles of the cash he’s made. Tasteful!

But if he keeps on dissing baby Blue Ivy’s daddy, perhaps he might have the short life he predicts.

See the Twitter pics 50 Cent mocked up of baby Blue Ivy below. Offensive? Harmless joke? You tell us.

One Response to “50 Cent’s Scary Twitter Photos of Beyonce and Jay Z’s baby Blue Ivy”

  1. dominique says:

    what in the world

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