Rapper 50 Cent and boxer Floyd Mayweather have been "bro-friends" for the past couple of years.
We have been completely inundated with the duo using every opportunity to flaunt their cash and status together; whether it was taking photos with stacks of money or rocking matching attire, the two seemed inseparable. 50 cent was even the first person to pick Mayweather up from prison on his release day a few months back.
They were friends, and business partners in "The Money Team" promotions, however, it looks like their bro-ship has ended.
This week, 50 Cent tweeted that he was done with the Money Team, writing:
"I am no longer apart or down with TMT promotions."
He went on to say he was selling his Money Team gear for the cheap cost of one to seven dollars before he explained why he left the team, tweeting:
"I move the fighters to $M$ promotion cause the other half of the money team. Didnt put up there $MONEY$"
This announcement comes after 50 Cent announced last month that he was teaming up with Mayweather's rival Manny Pacquiao for boxing promotions.