In recent developments, 50 Cent has thrown an interesting proposition into the ring by expressing his desire to acquire Revolt, the network founded by Diddy. This comes in the wake of Diddy’s temporary resignation as the chairman of Revolt following a series of sexual assault lawsuits, a move aimed at safeguarding the network’s mission and success. However, 50 Cent’s offer doesn’t seem to involve a hefty financial commitment, as he playfully suggests a bargain.
On November 28, TMZ reported that Diddy had decided to step down temporarily as the chairman of Revolt, a network he established a decade ago. This decision follows the emergence of three sexual assault lawsuits against the music mogul in recent weeks, one of which involved his ex-girlfriend Cassie and has since been resolved amicably.
According to a source close to the situation, the temporary departure of Diddy from his role as chairman was a strategic move to prevent the ongoing legal challenges from overshadowing Revolt’s mission and achievements. The source emphasized the need to maintain focus on the network’s goals despite the distractions posed by the accusations.
Seizing the opportunity to inject his signature humor into the situation, 50 Cent, a long-time rival of Diddy, took to social media to playfully taunt him. In a post on X (formerly Twitter), 50 Cent proposed purchasing Revolt from Diddy, citing potential challenges from major sponsors like Cadillac and AT&T.
Despite the playful banter, 50 Cent expressed a genuine interest in the acquisition, going as far as inviting Diddy to consider the offer seriously.