50 Cent Posts ‘Likeavirgin63’ Challenge After Madonna Calls His Apology ‘Fake’

The ‘In Da Club’ hitmaker posts a challenge, which he claims was inspired by Madge’s raunchy bedroom pictures, after she accuses him of being insincere with his apology.

AceShowbiz -The feud between 50 Cent and Madonna continued. The rapper courted new controversy by posting a series of pictures that showed women with their knees folded and butts in the air. It’s a similar pose in one of Madonna’s racy bedroom pictures.

50 Cent claimed it was a new “Likeavirgin63” challenge inspired by Madge, “Well what a positive influence you are. LOL #likeavirgin63 challenge.” He added, “I’m sorry, SORRY DIDN’T WORK!”

Although there was no mention of Madonna, it’s clearly his response after the 63-year-old pop singer called his apology “fake” and “invalid” in her “delayed clap back.”

“You were trying to shame me. You were trying to humiliate me. Your apology is fake, it’s bulls**t, and it’s not valid,” Madonna previously said before proceeding to explain why he was not really sincere.

“Number one, it’s not hard to find footage of you and me hanging out,” she referred to the throwback footage that showed them in a friendly exchange.

“Number two, an apology is not valid if you don’t know what you’re apologizing for. What you should be apologizing for is your misogynistic, sexist, ageist behavior and remarks.”

“Number three, you didn’t hurt my feelings ’cause I don’t take it personally. I could never take it personally ’cause you’re not coming from an enlightened place.”

“Number four, you say that you’re not benefiting from it. Of course you’re benefiting from it. That is what social media is all about. You do understand that, right? We post things about ourselves and we use Instagram and other forms of social media because we want attention.”

“Don’t kid yourself if you think you have an Instagram account and you’re not benefiting from it. Shut it down. Stop lying to yourself.”

“Your reposting somebody else’s low-level-of-consciousness posting that are meant to shame and humiliate other people – that’s f***ed up,” she added. “You are trying to put a limit on when women should be able to feel good about themselves.”

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