Last night 50 Cent declared all out war on Floyd Mayweather Jr. and the CEO of Mayweather Promotions, Leonard Ellerbe.
As we previously reported, 50 distanced himself from The Money Team on Twitter earlier in the week and announced his own boxing promotions company, SMS Promotions.
Last night the rift between Floyd and 50 grew even wider as the G-Unit boss challenged Floyd to box his fighter Yuriorkis Gamboa and called out Ellerbe.
The 30-year old Cuban born Gamboa is the former WBA and IBF Featherweight champion. He has an impressive professional record of 21-0, with 16 knockouts. He was also a standout fighter as an amateur. He was the four-time Cuban national champion, a 2003 Pan American Games gold medalist, a 2004 Olympic gold medalist, a 2005 World Amateur Boxing Championships bronze medalist, a 2006 Central American and Caribbean Games bronze medalist and a 2006 World Cup champion.
Gamboa putting dudes to sleep
50 said Floyd has been ducking the big money fight with Manny Pacquiao.
Evidently a lot of fans feel the same way. So far 11,649 people have retweeted what 50 wrote and 2,011 people have added it to their "favorites."
Meanwhile, Floyd has seemingly aligned himself with Rick Ross. He Tweeted that he would be working on music with MMG.
That Tweet drew negative responses from some of his followers.
Floyd also made reference to 50 Cent getting shot.
That comment drew more criticism.
50 later said that Floyd wasn't smart enough to use Twitter and had someone else doing it for him. He also said Floyd spent most of his money tricking on hoes.
50's last Tweet of the night took a shot at Floyd's money problems.
Looks like this might just be getting started.