50 Cent has responded in comedic fashion after witnessing the melee between NBA players Draymond Green and Domantas Sabonis during a playoff game.
On Monday (April 17), the G-Unit honcho took to Instagram and reposted a picture showing Green stomping on Sabonis chest after the Sacramento Kings player grabbed Green’s foot during the intense game.
“Said @money23green what the fuck you do that for?,” 50 Cent asked. “He said 50 im a big stepper, i’m out here steppin on shit it’s the play offs. i was sitting there looking like [straight face emoji] oh shit!.”
Many fans in 50’s comment section gave their best NBA analyst breakdown of what actually occurred between the opposing players.
Check out 50 cent’s hilarious reaction below:
During the 4th quarter of the NBA playoff game, Domantas Sabonis grabbed Draymond Green’s ankle which forced him to ricochet his foot off of Sabonis’ chest. Green received a flagrant 2 foul and was ejected from the game, while Sabonis received a technical foul for grabbing Green’s leg, according to ESPN. The Kings beat the Warriors 114-106 to go up 2-0 against the defending champs in the series.
Meanwhile, 50 Cent is displaying his dominance in the NBA universe with his partnership with the Sacramento Kings.
In 2022, the self-proclaimed billionaire inked a multi-year partnership deal with the popular team.
The rapper’s Sire Spirits LLC along with his G-Unity Foundation charity are the driving forces of the deal, with the former now serving as the exclusive champagne partner of the Sacramento Kings.
50’s champagne is also the presenting beverage sponsor of Sacramento’s Golden 1 Center, and the arena’s “Rush by Sire Spirits” club features a 500-bottle Le Chemin du Roi Champagne Wall.
As for the G-Unity Foundation, it united with the Sacramento Kings Foundation to provide scholarships and other initiatives to help local youth. The two foundations also hosted a dinner for the Kings and Queen Rise Co-Ed Youth Sports and Mentoring League for players and coaches, where 50 Cent spoke about his career with Kyle Draper.
50 has recently done previous Sire/NBA partnerships with the Minnesota Timberwolves, Indiana Pacers, and Houston Rockets.