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Rapper 50 Cent’s latest social media tirade has gotten him eating his words as he has recently issued an apology to his latest victim, model “Tatted Up Holly.” The “Candy Shop” rapper took back the nasty things he said about her character after seeing her being personally attacked on Instagram.
According to Bossip, though he did not utter the words “I’m sorry,” the rapper extensively gushed about the Instagram model, speaking of their relationship throughout the years, and even warns those “who would love to see her down” to step back:
“Public apology: this women is good person. She has been a good friend to me for a year,” he wrote under a photo of the model. “I enjoy seeing her grow and progress in so many ways in a short period of time. I have watched people hate her because of me,and Its only made me want to see her accomplish more. She is a very special person. She looks up to me so I want to let this be known,to people who would love to see her down. I’m never gonna let that happen. I’m way to big for that kind sh*t.”
50 Cent targeted Tatted Up Holly a day ago via Instagram after a blog identified her as his “current cinnamon apple.” In a rush to shut down the rumor, the rapper took a jab at the model, posting a photo of her above the caption, “This h*e community p***y. Me, trey, JR…”, listing men he alleges that Holly has been intimate with.
After noticing her name being slandered, Holly posted screen shots of text conversations that she had with the rapper on the photo-sharing app. In them, 50 seemed to be begging her to remain silent about times he allegedly hit her.
Both 50 Cent and Tatted Up Holly have removed the slanderous images — and the apology — from their respective Instagram pages.