50 Cent is using the George Floyd protest to settle scores.
Fif -- who's been on Orpah (and her friend Gayle King) for years for only going after black man -- went after the lifestyle queen for silence over George Floyd. The only problem was the meme he posted referred to Floyd as "Greg Floyd."
"Last seen, tearing down black men, but no where to be found when it comes to the murder of Greg Floyd, or any injustice directed at black men," read the meme of a photo of Orpah and King
For what it's worth, Oprah has been posting about George Floyd for days.
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I’ve been trying to process what can be said or heard in this moment. I haven’t been able to get the image of the knee on his neck out of my head. It’s there every morning when I rise and when I go through the ordinary duties of the day. While pouring coffee, lacing my shoes, and taking a breath, I think: He doesn’t get to do this. And now the video from the other angle of two other officers pinning him down. My heart sinks even deeper. His family and friends say he was a gentle giant. His death has now shown us he had a giant soul. If the largeness of a soul is determined by its sphere of influence, George Floyd is a Mighty soul. #GeorgeFloyd: We speak your name. But this time we will not let your name be just a hashtag. Your spirit is lifted by the cries of all of us who call for justice in your name!