Despite the gravity of the situation, music mogul 50 Cent, whose real name is Curtis Jackson, never misses an opportunity to showcase his humorous side. Jackson could potentially face felony battery charges for unintentionally injuring a concert-goer during his The Final Lap Tour. However, he managed to find humor in the unfortunate incident and shared a joke about it on Instagram.

Rather than directly addressing the incident where he allegedly threw a microphone during his concert in Los Angeles on August 30, Jackson shifted the focus to the technical difficulties he encountered. He humorously involved fellow rapper Lil Wayne in the situation.

Jackson posted a screenshot of a Radar Online report about Wayne’s audio issues during his opening act at Beyonce’s Renaissance World Tour stop in Inglewood, California. His caption read, “Damn, the only thing left is Taylor Swift show. I fired everyone involved in the audio department. If the mic doesn’t work, your ass doesn’t work here.”

Lil Wayne was scheduled to perform before Jackson at the controversial show. Although the joke was directed at Wayne rather than Jackson’s alleged microphone victim, Power 106’s host Bryhana Monegain, fans believe that Jackson should publicly apologize to Monegain for her reported injuries.

However, considering the legal implications of this incident, it might be best for Jackson to remain silent.