50 Cent always has a theory about who is behind things that happen in his life.
Just like his character Kanan in Power, 50 Cent has his suspicion on who shot up his “Get The Strap” music video set in Brooklyn earlier this week. The G-Unit rapper is no stranger to gunfire, let’s not forget that he was shot nine times before he became famous. Similar, Tekashi 6ix9ine is no stranger to guns and gunfire after all her is beefing with every rapper and their label except 50 Cent.
Fiddy and 6ix9ine were shooting their “Get The Strap” music video in Brooklyn earlier this week when gunfire erupted. Someone driving a white Porsche with New Jersey tags has been fingered out to police, but so far no arrest has been made.
50 Cent has his own theory, per his recent post on Instagram, but he is apparently not ready to get the strap. “Now that I think about it @unclemurda was looking mad suspect,” he wrote. “I think he shot the video up. LOL”
Of course, this is just humor since Uncle Murda is featured in the video and was actually on the set at the time of the shooting. Leave it up to 50 Cent to joke about a shooting incident where he could’ve easily been the target. Luckily no one got hurt, but cops are still on the hunt for the suspects.