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Even though 50 Cent has deleted his social media post where he mocked actor Terry Crews for admitting he was  being fondled by another man, his school boy, juvenile action, has prompted anger from others. And it might affect his “pockets,” shall we say.

A  new Care2 petition is calling on Starz to end their relationship with 50 Cent after the rap-mogul ridiculed Terry Crews on Instagram following his moving testimony to the Senate where Crews shared his own personal experience as a victim of sexual assault.

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“50 Cent is, in fact, a very powerful man in Hollywood,” the Care2 petition points out.  “The rapper turned actor stars and produces in Starz’s most watched show “Power” and last year the cable network announced that he had signed on to produce 3 more shows for the premium channel.”

The Care2 petition goes on to state, “Starz should send a message to the rapper and to all other potential producers and filmmakers that they will not tolerate this type of ignorance.”

Fiddy is also getting het from anothyer foe for his digital bullying of Crews from entertainer Carrie Ann Inaba.

Here’s what we reported earlier …

*Rapper 50 Cent mocks Terry Crews’ sexual assault, who responds by taking the high road. Guest co-host Carrie Ann Inaba reacts, saying …

“Shame on 50 Cent for that post. I think it’s horrible, horrible, horrible. I’m offended by that. I think this is such a challenging topic. I honestly feel uncomfortable thinking about Terry in this situation… I’m honored by the fact that he was courageous enough to get out there and speak on behalf of such a sensitive subject. I think a lot of men are afraid to speak out… there’s such a stigma attached to it.”



Article Courtesy of EURweb

First Picture Courtesy of Desiree Navarro and Getty Images

Second Picture Courtesy of Bryan Bedder and Getty Images

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