Ed Lover Says 50 Cent Is “Stepping Over The Line” With His Endless Diddy Jokes

Diddy’s recent legal woes have gotten to the point where social media users have coined the phrase “No Diddy” to be used in place of “pause,” and fantasy booked a documentary titled “Diddy Do It?” Ed Lover recently stood up for the mogul and specifically cited 50 Cent’s endless jokes as being excessive.

“[A]s much as I love 50, I think 50 is stepping over the line now. I really do,” the radio personality said during the Friday (March 29) episode of his podcast C’Mon Son. It is worth noting that he titled the episode “Diddy Do It?” and owned up to the fact he made a joke about Fonzworth Bentley’s silence throughout these last few months of allegations, lawsuits, and raids.

Still, he believed that while “funny is funny,” the G-Unit leader has taken it too far. “He’s kicking the sh*t out this ni**a while he’s down,” Lover said. Listen to the full episode below.

Ed Lover also believes there is a conspiracy against Diddy, citing Uncle Luke’s recent take that all of this madness stems from his lawsuit against liquor distributor Diageo.

“I believe what I just saw Uncle Luke say earlier today: that this is a machine coming after this dude,” he said. “I think it’s Diageo. Diageo is f**king powerful. They’re the second-or-third-largest alcohol distribution company in the world […] Puff all of [a] sudden decides to sue them for racial discrimination. All of this sh*t comes out right after that […] Somebody that got some money are putting their foot in Puff’s a**.”

Puff sued Diageo for racial discrimination and negligence in 2023. He claimed they created a watermelon flavor of his DeLeón Tequila without his consent and falsely labeled that brand and his popular Ciroc vodka as “urban.” They resolved their differences this past January and the Bad Boy founder dismissed his lawsuits.

While the Diageo lawsuit is over, Diddy’s legal battles with his alleged victims are ongoing. He was first sued by his ex-girlfriend Cassie for rape and 𝓈ℯ𝓍 trafficking back in November 2023. They settled outside of court for an undisclosed amount, but this was just the catalyst for more lawsuits.

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