50 Cent Denies Wendy Williams Entry To Party

50 Cent Denies Wendy Williams Entry To Party

50 cent denies wendy williams

King of Petty 50 Cent denies Wendy Williams from entering his Tycoon pool party.

This past weekend the place to be was at 50 Cent‘s much-hyped Tycoon pool party. The “In Da Club” rapper promoted the event for weeks on social media, promising it was going to be an event no one wanted to miss.

One person that didn’t want to miss the pool party was TV personality Wendy Williams. The talk show host, who has been seen out and about around the town as of late since splitting with her husband and former manager Kevin Hunter, showed up to BarCode in Elizabeth, NJ looking to continue her hot girl summer tour. But 50 being 50 couldn’t resist the opportunity to flex his petty muscles.

The force behind “Power” took to Instagram and bragged that he kept Williams from coming in:

 

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?you can’t just show up to my PARTY if you been talking about me. ?BITCH wait out side #lecheminduroi #bransoncognac #TheKing?

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After being kept outside, Williams was allowed entry.

However, TMZ is reporting that events went down slightly different. Williams brought along her 19-year-old son Kevin Hunter, Jr. who was celebrating his birthday. The gossip site is reporting that the pair had no issues getting in. In fact, they were escorted by the Elizabeth, NJ police department. They stayed for about 20 minutes, long enough for little Kevin to snap some pics with his favorite rapper Snoop Doggy Dogg.

However, Williams didn’t like being kept outside by security:

“She could not believe that 50 would really have security block her from entering and to make matters worse, go on social media and brag about it after,” a source tells HollywoodLife. “It was a totally disrespectful move and Wendy wants nothing to do with 50 or his childish antics.”

Williams and Snoop weren’t the only celebrities in attendance. O.T. Genasis, DJ Whoo Kid, Uncle Murda, DJ Kay Slay, Casanova and Trey Songz were also taking part of the festivities.

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