50 Cent’s feud with the late Michael K. Williams is well-known, and he hasn’t stopped dissing MKW even after the late actor’s terrible death earlier this month.

Michael K. Williams died of a fatal combination of fentanyl and heroin on Friday (September 24), according to TMZ, and medical examiners are declaring his death an accidental drug overdose.



“Damn, he smoked that tiny blue cap out of the jukebox bag,” says the narrator. “Hey, catch Raising Kanan this weekend,” 50 wrote in the caption of his Instagram image.

For those who don’t know what he’s talking about, it comes from the plot of his Power Book III: Raising Kanan, in which a character named Jukebox’s best buddy died after smoking a faulty batch of crack.

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AFTER LEARNING THE CAUSE OF DEATH, 50 CENT ROASTS MICHAEL K. WILLIAMS’ SPIRIT


Following Michael K. Williams’ death, 50 was chastised for making obscene comments on Instagram just hours after the public learned of the Brooklyn native’s death. He has subsequently removed the contentious post.

The “Candy Shop” rapper wrote, “Damn if you didn’t see Raising Kanan check it out.” “That fentanyl isn’t a joke; it’s killing the customers. Michael K. Williams, rest in peace.”

Pettiness in the 1950s persists even in the face of death. With the season finale of Raising Kanan and the premiere of the highly anticipated Black Mafia Family series on Starz this weekend, the Queens icon is also promoting himself.

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