Some of our younger readers may have never known 50 Cent as anything other than the unhinged lunatic who's been known to punch women while on stage and threaten to murder his own son on Instagram.
But believe it or not, there was a time when Fif was regarded as one of the most important artists in hip-hop, producing hit after hit and collaborating with such luminaries as noted op-ed columnist Marshall B. Mathers.
Wendy Williams, on the other hand, has always been awful, which means you can just sit back and enjoy this feud, knowing that if you side with either party, you're wrong.
It all started when Williams referenced the fact that 50 isn't the greatest father during a monologue on her syndicated daytime show that's somehow still a thing.
She wasn't referencing the aforementioned murder threat, or even the time 50 punched his other son.
Instead, Wendy was discussing 50's famed ability for dodging child support, a skill he's been honing for so long that his 21-year-old son Marquise recently released a diss track about Dad.
Mr. Cent, of course, responded with all the grace and charm that one expects from a guy who once posted a video of himself bullying a disabled teen:
50 posted the above photo, along with a caption reading:
"Yeah b-tch, you f-cking around in the wrong section ... Every time you call me, I'm a show up."
"He is Petty Spaghetti," Williams responded on her show.
"He's got real petty ways about him. I don't really understand it because he's got enough money to take care and support and whatnot."
"I don't care that you didn't grow up with a father and that your mom, whatever happened when you were eight, and that you were shot nine times," Williams said. "You're 42. You got a 21 year old son. Get your life [together]."
Yes, it's not every day that we can say Wendy Williams took the high road, but that's clearly what's happened here.
Sadly, 50 responded yet again, this time posting the above candid photo of Williams along with the following caption:
"Wendy williams just told me to get my life together, smh. Your husband is not a bad man he deserve a side chick for talking to you, you ugly motherf-cker Focus on your own shit bitch."
Because that response wasn't already classy enough, 50 concluded by promoting his latest club appearance.
"Oh yeah we in club LUST tonight you’re invited. LOL," he wrote.
Remember that thing we said about not taking a side?
We changed our minds. Side with Wendy. Fif is beyond reason or redemption at this point.
Curse you for making us side with the most evil non-soap opera villain on daytime TV, 50 Cent!