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50 Cent Quits Instagram Because Of Their Censorship Rules... Again



Keep up with 50 Cent on Twitter from now on.
50 Cent has nearly 21 million followers on Instagram but all of those people will need to live without him because for another time this year, he is quitting the social medium. Back in May, Fiddy raised a glass to his final day on Instagram, bidding farewell to his once-preferred social medium. A few days later, he returned, making the entire situation pretty anticlimactic. The same thing happened in 2016 when he left Instagram after a battle in court. Could this be the official moment where 50 leaves Instagram for good?
We don't necessarily want it to happen. In fact, he provides so much humorous content throughout the day that it would be a shame to lose his countless troll posts. Twitter just isn't the same and although we'll probably see the rapper back on IG before the end of the day, he has effectively switched over the to the other side.
After one of his posts was removed as a violation of the service's censorship rules, Curtis seemingly had had enough and decided to remove himself from the equation altogether. "Follow me on Twitter @50cent lm done with instagram this shit is wack," said 50. At a certain point, the Power producer will need to actually follow through. The last time he threatened to leave, he was only gone for a matter of hours. These are starting to become empty remarks. Hopefully, he reconsiders leaving and just figures out how to get on Instagram's good side. If not, you can catch him tweeting up a storm.

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