"I listened to Fat Joe's records, it hurt," a teary eyed 50 says in the second video. "Some people didn't listen, and look what happened: Young Buck tried to ride his motorcycle [while] listening to Fat Joe, and look what happened!"
Video footage of Buck crashing his motorcycle was shown with Fat Joe's "Cupcakes" edited in. Joe's music was also edited into various Internet blooper clips showing skateboarders crashing, a heavyset woman falling off of a table, a man with a huge afro hitting himself in the head with a pair of nunchucks, and another man crashing his motorcycle into a parked car.
"Fat Joe's record is the worst thing that ever happened to hip-hop," a crying 50 adds. "I love hip-hop. It's because his music sucks so bad it's gonna kill people!"
50 then laughs to let people know the obvious — he wasn't really crying.
On Monday night, 50 commenced his latest mockery of Joe by having Tony Yayo tweet that the leader of the G-Unit had been rushed to the hospital.
Then on ThisIs50.com, a faux story was posted saying, "After a long weekend of activities — including performing, throwing a festival in his old neighborhood in Queens and preparing for his upcoming Thisis50 concert — 50 Cent has definitely been working hard.
"This afternoon while in his Manhattan offices, employees say that 50 Cent was listening to Fat Joe's new album, J.O.S.E. 2, when all of a sudden, he collapsed! An ambulance was called and by the time they arrived, 50 Cent regained consciousness and was complaining of blurred vision and a severe migraine. 50 Cent was rushed to Mt. Sinai hospital at 4:26 p.m.
"Doctors say after performing a Cat Scan and EKG there seems to be some damage to his auditory cortex, which is the region of the brain that is responsible for processing sound."
Fan were told to "Stay tuned for more info ..."
Fat Joe responded via Twitter, writing, "Tell 50 to get off my d--- already. He was sick that my album is SO Hot. That real music, not that wack sh-- him and clowns are making!!"