50 Cent Mocks Randall Emmett Amid Abuse Allegations Against Him

The ‘Power’ alum/creator has been feuding with the filmmaker since 2019 after the emcee asked Lala Kent’s former fiance to quickly pay his $1 million debt.

AceShowbiz50 Cent didn’t want to miss a chance to mock Randall Emmett amid wild allegations leveled at him. After the filmmaker was accused of abuse and fraud, the “In Da Club” hitmaker reacted to the report by taking a jab at his nemesis.

On Friday, July 1, the “Power” alum/creator shared on Instagram a screenshot of an article from Page Six that featured the director’s photo. The title read, “Randall Emmett allegedly offered women movie roles in exchange for sex.”

In the caption, 50 Cent penned, “See this is why i made him give me my Money by Monday.” He went on to note, “Then after he had to stay a 100 feet away from me.”

50 Cent started feuding with Randall in 2019 after the former asked Lala Kent‘s ex-fiance to quickly pay his $1 million debt. In June 2020, the hip-hop star blasted Lala for inserting herself in the drama between him and her then-partner.

“Why this b***h don’t just leave it alone,” Fiddy argued alongside a screenshot of Lala’s interview with Andy Cohen during the “Vanderpump Rules” season 8 reunion. “I don’t have beef with this h*e, I had issues with Randell [sic] he paid me the money, it’s done. I’m sure Amber is laughing at this guys choices.”

Lala and Randall are no longer together. Now, he blames the reality star for the emergence of the abuse and fraud allegations against him. Unfortunately, it has backfired as a source told Radar Online that he was just “trying to deflect blame onto Lala” amid their custody battle of their baby daughter.

In a bombshell expose published by the Los Angeles Times on Thursday, June 30, Randall is accused of using his position as a film producer to coerce and manipulate actresses among other things. He allegedly offered women roles in his films in exchange for sexual favors.

One woman, represented by powerhouse attorney Gloria Allred, said in a letter obtained by the newspaper that Randall told her when she was 23 “that to receive acting work from [him], she would have to perform sexual favors.” One time when the woman inquired via text whether she had gotten a part she auditioned for, the filmmaker allegedly replied, “Yes. one day of work and u need to f**kme [sic] hun.”

The young woman landed minor roles in two of Randall’s films, and according to Gloria’s letter, during this period allegedly gave the movie producer massages, oral sex and allowed him to “digitally penetrate” her in addition to standing naked in front of him as he masturbated in his office. The aspiring actress said she complied with Randall’s requests because she was “seeking to further her career” and did not want to “anger an important producer in the industry.”

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