50 threw some more shots at the Bad Boy Entertainment mogul during an appearance at a club in Scottsdale, Arizona.
“Name the last Puffy single,” 50 says to the crowd from the DJ booth in a clip uploaded to Instagram. “Do anybody in here know what the last Puffy single was?”
A few people nearby pull out their phones to look it up after he asks the crowd to “Google that shit.”
Puff hasn’t had an actual hit for years, although his “Finna Get Loose” collaboration with Pharrell peaked at #44 on the Billboard Top R&B/Rap Songs chart in 2015. He’s had one #1 hit on the Billboard Hot 100 in his career, with 1997’s “I’ll Be Missing You.” Several other songs charted in the Top 5 between 1997-1999.
At this stage in his career, Puffy seems more intent on making moves outside of the music business. It seems to be working for him, coming in at #22 on the Forbes list of the highest-earning celebrities for 2016 with $62 million.
50 Cent, meanwhile, had three #1 hits on the Hot 100 in his time as an artist, “In Da Club,” “21 Questions” and “Candy Shop.” His most recent song to hit the Hot 100 was 2012’s “My Life” featuring Eminem and Adam Levine. Since then he’s had several more songs chart on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop chart, most recently peaking at #46 with “I’m The Man” in 2016.