50 Cent: American rap icon trolls Deontay Wilder after Tyson Fury defeat

50 Cent: American rap icon trolls Deontay Wilder after Tyson Fury defeat

- 50 Cent has aimed a loud jibe at Deontay Wilder after his devastating defeat to Tyson Fury

- Wilder and the legendary rap icon have a rivalry dated back in 2018 and 50 Cent has reignited it with his trolling

- The 44-year-old rapper mocked Bronze Bomber, 34, with pictures showing him totally outboxed by Gypsy King

50 Cent, legendary American rapper and music icon, has aimed a subtle jibe at his fellow countryman Deontay Wilder following his devastating defeat to Tyson Fury over the last weekend.

Wilder's reign as heavyweight undefeated champion was disgracefully brought to a shocking halt via a seventh-round knockout in Las Vega.

Bronze Bomber failed to stimulate a miracle as his enviable CV was violently hammered by a massive surge of dents in his blockbuster rematch against the Gypsy King.

And Curtis James Jackson, known by his stage name 50 Cent, has taken a swipe at the former WBC champion in a series of tweets and Instagram bants accompanied by pictures from the scene of the fight.

The 44-year-old rapper, who has a history of rivalry history with Wilder, posted the picture of American boxer being hit by Tyson Fury and wrote: "Dam'n Blood, what about the gang. smh [sic]."

50 Cent also posted pictured of Wilder being dealt with by Fury alongside the image of Martin Lawrence meme with the caption: "Come on man y'all can't do my Boy like this [sic]."

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Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh had reported that Tyson Fury has again come atop the pile as he was named best boxer in the heavyweight division following his stunner against Deontay Wilder at Las Vegas.

The Gypsy King totally outboxed the American in the top showdown that went down the lane to become the new WBC champion of the world.

Surprisingly, Deontay Wilder completely fell down the pecking order after his devastating defeat as the magazine placed him on the fourth spot behind Dilian Whyte.

Cuban fighter Luis Ortiz come fifth while Mexican former heavyweight star Andy Ruiz came sixth with both Alexander Povetkin and Joseph Parker coming on 6th and 7th spots respectively.

Source: Yen

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