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50 Cent accuses Oprah Winfrey of targeting black men following her new doc on Russell Simmons


OWN50 Cent is calling out Oprah Winfrey in a new Instagram post.

After it was announced that the media mogul will executive-produce an upcoming documentary on the sexual misconduct allegations against Russell Simmons, 50 accused Oprah of specifically targeting black men.

“I don’t understand why Oprah is going after black men,” Fif wrote, captioning a photo of Simmons embracing Winfrey. “No Harvey Weinstein, No [Jeffrey] Epstein, just Michael Jackson and Russell Simmons this s*** is sad.”

50 then claimed that Oprah’s best friend, Gayle King, seemingly targeted black men as well.

“Gale hit R Kelly with the death blow documentary,” 50 wrote, apparently confusing the interview that King did with Kelly for CBS and the groundbreaking Lifetime docuseries, Surviving R. Kelly, which chronicled the decades-long sexual abuse claims against the embattled singer.

50 also referenced Winfrey’s controversial special, After Neverland, which featured Jackson sexual abuse accusers Wade Robson and James Safechuck, and Leaving Neverland director, Dan Reed. Winfrey received immense backlash after the special for her discussion of the allegations of child sex abuse against Jackson.

“Every time I hear [Michael] Jackson I don’t know whether to dance or think about the little boys butts,” Fif continued. “These documentarys are publicly convicting their targets, it makes them guilty till proven innocent.”

The rapper than posted a meme collage that showed images of Bill CosbyEpsteinKevin SpaceyHarvey Weinstein, R. Kelly and Donald Trump. The world “JAIL” was written on the images of Cosby and Kelly, while the other images had the word “WALK” inscribed on them.

“You think Oprah don’t notice how this sh** is playing out?,” 50 captioned his post.

It should be noted that Epstein took his own life while in jail earlier this year, and Weinstein is currently awaiting trial.

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