Sometimes bullying works, apparently.
On Tuesday morning, 50 Cent took to Twitter and Instagram where he told Off-White creator Virgil Abloh to go back to the drawing board because the cover art he created for Pop Smoke's posthumous album was less than satisfactory.
"Hey Virgil we need new album art, they ain’t going for this bullsh*t," 50 wrote. "Love ya work let’s get to it. 🤔Steven i told you this shit was 😡 eww let’s get it right!"
Virgil originally posted the artwork to his IG before deleting it. His caption read, "this album cover was one of like 5 things we talked about. he mentioned his story felt like the metaphor of a rose & thorns growing from concrete of of his hood in Canarsie, Brooklyn. in your memory i just finished it yesterday. as evident of the whole idea, the t-shirt insinuates it’s mandatory we put an and to this cycle of violence that plagues us, we need to shoot for the moon & aim for the stars. as heavy as it is we are celebrating your life the whole way thru. rest in piece young one. -signed Louis Vee, Louis Vee."
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