50 Cent Dismantles ‘The Money Team,’ Renames Promotion Company [Details]

Rucuss staffNovember 1, 2012

The feud between 50 Cent and Floyd Mayweather continues.

This time, 50 Cent announced on Twitter that he is no longer with The Money Team. While he didn’t go into details of what led to his decision, he did allude to the fact that it had something to do with money.

50, who became a licensed boxing promoter earlier this year, originally formed the company TMT Promotions with Mayweather. They signed Yuriorkis Gamboa to the company in late July. 50, later, signed Manny Pacquiao to a deal.

But now, 50 announced the company is no longer and that future promotions will be handled through SMS Audio. 50 offered Money Team merchandise at a discounted rate on Twitter. He even went so far as to sell his team jacket for $1. Ouch!

There have been plenty of rumors circulating about 50 and Mayweather’s failed relationship. Some believe it was over an alleged affair between Floyd’s fiancée Shantel Jackson and 50, while others believe it was because the New York rapper signed Pacquiao to the promotion company.

50 Cent Admits He and Floyd Mayweather Not as Close as Used to Be [Details]

50 Cent spent the night taunting Mayweather on Twitter. Check out his tweets below.




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