After responding to being called a “Bitch” by Conor McGregor, rapper and business man 50 cent revealed yesterday that he sold his minority stake in EFFEN Vodka for $60 million during Power 105.1’s “Rumor Report” on The Breakfast Club with DJ Envy.

50, who was a minority stake holder of the Holland-based liquor brand, began his relationship with the company in 2014, regularly promoting the label on his social media platforms and songs. The rapper seemed to confirm the split on Instagram with a post that reads “I got the bag, EFFEN Vodka Can you say 60M’s since they like counting my money DO THE MATH. Lol.”

However, contrary to other reports, 50 cent hasn't cut ties with the brand officially as he wrote “I’m still on the brand,” in the comment section of his Instagram about the departure. “I just got some cake out the deal.”

In other news about 50 cent, how would you react if he was standing right behind you?

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