50 Cent may have reignited his feud with Floyd Mayweather after he savagely trolled the boxer's outrageous Super Bowl outfit.
Mayweather attended the Super Bowl in Miami, Florida, and showed his admiration for plush Italian fashion brand; Louis Vuitton.
He was decked out in a bizarre Louis Vuitton jacket, prompting a hilarious photoshop involving the American rapper.
Someone photoshopped 50 Cent - real name Curtis Jackson - carrying Mayweather like a suitcase.
'Fiddy' then brutally roasted 'Money' by sharing the image on social media, accompanied with the caption:
"Who did this man, turned champ into my louis Bag. What the fuck is going on.#abcforlife #starzgettheapp #lecheminduroi #bransoncognac."
50 Cent and Mayweather were once the best of friends after the musician looked after his boxing promotion while he was serving time in prison for domestic assault.
But things turned sour when 50 cent claimed Mayweather owed him money for running his stable.
Anyway, Mayweather is set to return to action this year after striking a deal with UFC president Dana White.
He called time on his professional career in 2017 after beating Conor McGregor, but the 42-year-old will lace up the gloves once again.
"It's true, we sat at the [Los Angeles] Clippers game. We started talking and we literally got a deal done right there on the court," White said.
"We shook hands, we have a deal, and if things play out the way that Floyd and I think they will, then I will probably sit down with Al Haymon in March and get a deal on paper.
"Let's see how the next few months play out - we could be doing something fun, probably," White added. "If everything goes our way, Floyd and I will be doing something in October and November."
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