by Jay Alexander
posted May 2 2015 10:06AM
Dame Dash has been blasting his former wife, Rachel Roy, on Instagram.
Today (May 1), Dame posted a photo of "Tally hearts Ava," spelled out in rose petals.
"Miss my babies @ava_dash and Tallulah I'll be able to be a father again soon #hustleforyourlastnamenotyourfirst some goofball piece of shit lawyer is going to legally pay for separating a good dad from his children just to make money in legal fees...a bad lawyer is the worst piece of shit on the earth they can't have a soul...weak people will violate all principles and morals even hurt children for money after I make them pay karma is really gonna do a number on them #dashkarma #dontgetscared #coward #donnellsuarezisanerd," Dame Dash wrote on the post.
Next, Dash posted a photo of him posing for the camera, while pushing his daughter on a bike. The accompanying message read:
"What kind of mother would separate her kids from a good father who protects them and takes care of them in every way and would try to put them in jail over money...what kind of man would do that to a child for money...take there protector away so they can feed their kids#donnellsuarezisanerd lawyers and emotional women are a dangerous thing for good dads and good children and must be stopped... I'm gonna fight for mine they need me...but what kind of person does that #badtaste #corny"
He lost custody of his two kids to Roy on April 21. Three days later, he filed a $2.5 million lawsuit again her, claiming that she breached contracts.
by Jay Alexander
posted May 2 2015 10:03AM
50 Cent was supportive of boxing champ Floyd "Money" Mayweather, Jr. when he stopped by ESPN First Taketoday (May 1).
50 and Floyd have apparently reunited The Money Teamand now 50 believes Floyd (47-0) will remain undefeated and defeat Manny Pacquiao (57-5-2) tomorrow (May 2).
"The energy surrounding this one is big," 50 says. "He needs to hear me say that also, that he's going to win to put that into his actual head. Floyd doesn't know how to lose."
Fif explained to hosts Cari Champion, Skip Bayless, and Stephen A. Smith that his "beef" with Floyd was more like a family feud.
"Brothers and sisters argue with each other," he says. "If you're younger brother is the biggest fighter in the world, who tells him what to do?"
Later in the interview 50 riled the live audience in Las Vegas when he said Pacquioa "might get that Marquez."