One of the iconic rappers of the world, Curtis ’50 Cent’ Jackson, has reacted to Instagram Community Guidelines after his Black Lives Matter post was classified as missing context.
On 6 January, 50 Cent shared an engrossing photo on his official Instagram account after he watched the recent news of the assault in the US Capitol Building which was taken over by pro-Trump supporters.
He shared a photo taken during the Black Lives Matter protests and reacted to this double standard. In the photo, the National Guards were keeping the Capitol Building very tidy and no protesters were allowed in. Fifty is speechless and summed up everything in a single sentence.
However, Instagram classified the rapper’s post as ‘missing context’ because the accuracy of his post was contradictory. Following this, the 45-year-old rapper targeted Instagram by saying that IG doesn’t like his BLM post. He also said he did not know why this was against any rules.
Here’s what 50 Cent said:
“so the IG God’s don’t like my BLM post. 🤷🏽♂️i don’t know why this was against any rules.”
A fan commented about this issue:
“Welcome to United States of China big dawg!”
Another fan said:
“Because the Tech overlords have begun their total and complete censorship, of BOTH sides…”
See the Instagram post below.