This has to be the end of 50 Cent's current feud with Floyd Mayweather, right? Because we're not sure where he can possibly go after the boxer's latest response. Fif has been taking jabs at his former pal over the past few weeks, promising to donate $750,000 to charity if the five-division champ could successfully read one page of a "Harry Potter" book.
50 has been ruthless with his taunts, but on Wednesday Mayweather challenged the G-Unit boss to make this all worthwhile by donating that money to the family of slain St. Louis teen, Michael Brown.
"I was thinking of something, you know, when you asked me about 50 Cent -- If you want to donate money, donate money to the Mike Brown family," Mayweather said, via Yahoo Sports.
"I shouldn't stop you," he added. "Our company, me and Leonard [Ellerbee], we have been donating hundreds of thousands of dollars to different organizations for years without any media, without getting credit. … The best thing for 50 Cent to do, and there are no hard feelings, is to give that $750,000 to Mike Brown's family."
"It was a very, very bad situation, the Ferguson thing," Mayweather said. "I like to sit down and talk and communicate with my kids on a regular basis, about being fair, etiquette, honesty. Because as I was saying before, it's a very, very bad situation."
Looks like the ball is in your court, 50.
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