50 Cent confronts Steve Stoute at Knicks game

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US rapper 50 Cent was photographed squaring up to his former business partner Steve Stoute during last Friday's NBA match between Golden State Warriors and New York Knicks at Madison Square Garden.

Fifty, clearly not engaged in the friendliest of conversations, was snapped looking rather menacing and pointing at the man he used to work with.

The rapper may have been perturbed after Stoute recently claimed that he had failed to produce any decent music in recent years.

"50 hasn’t had a hit in a really long time," he was quoted as telling reporters. "He has not made anything musically that has changed anything in a very really long time. I feel like he’s always gearing up for something that never happens."

Stoute believes that 50 Cent has a problem with everybody - and is unimpressed that the rapper never thanked him for sorting out a big-money shoe deal with Reebok during the height of his fame.

"50 Cent never thanked me for that. The guy made so much money off of that, and the guy never thanked me," Stoute added. "He walks around and says he can't stand me. I don't think he can stand anybody. I don't know who he likes, but he definitely doesn't like me. I gave him his first deal, gave him the sneaker deal. I don't know. He just don't like me."

Fifty also posted an Instagram video of himself at the Knicks game - although he failed to comment on his alleged bust-up with Stoute.

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