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50 Cent Says Floyd Mayweather Wouldn't Be Able To Memorize For "Power" Role



The battle between 50 Cent and Floyd Mayweather continues.
50 Cent and Floyd Mayweather appear to have found a good forum for their bickering. If they were fighting over the microphone, 50 would surely win but if things got physical in the ring, Floyd has the upper hand. So, in order for everybody to have a fair chance of winning the battle, the two have chosen to broadcast their beef on Instagram. With the fighting happening for a few days now, there appears to be no end in sight as things are just getting uglier. Earlier today, Fiddy shared legal documents filed by Floyd's son about a domestic abuse incident, taking things to a new low. It seems Fif is back to joking around though, bringing his hit show Power into the equation by suggesting that Floyd wouldn't be able to get a role on the show since he can't memorize his lines.
Ah, the classic illiteracy joke. When he has nothing else left in the tank, 50 resorts to roasting the boxer for allegedly not being able to read. For good reason too as reading is an important skill that all children should learn early in their lives. The two have been friendly in the past but their relationship has taken an ugly turn over the years with both sides going at each other incessantly, bringing their pettiness to the 'gram in the last couple of days. According to Curtis, nobody would have time to help Floyd memorize his lines if he were offered a role on Power so he's not open to going down that route.
If you are a Power fan, you may be excited to hear that Kendrick Lamar will be a guest star on the upcoming Sunday episode of the show. Hopefully, that makes up for Floyd's non-appearance.

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