The New York Police Department has released 50 cent to fellow officers.
Commanding officer of the 72nd Precinct at Sunset Park in Brooklyn, NY , Deputy Inspector Emanuel Gonzalez, is currently under investigation for statements he made back in June of 2018. During a roll call, he reportedly told fellow officers "shoot him on sight," referring to the Queens music mogul, according to a New York Daily News report put out on Sunday (Feb. 17). More disturbingly, the statement attending a NYPD sanctioned boxing match in the Bronx.
One source for the outlet recalled the incident saying, "The inspector just said that at roll call. I'm like WTF. "
Gonzalez and 50 had a bit of history before the roll call incident. A month ago, Gonzalez filed an aggravated harassment complaint against 50 cents, claiming the rapper had threatened him on Instagram. He cited 50's use of the term "Get the strap" in reference to the commander shaking down two of the rapper's favorite night spots. So he claimed 50's followers harassed and threatened him in the complaint. 50 finally took the post and no charges were filed. Gonzalez has said his statement was a joke.
TMZ has been learned by Fif may be contemplating taking legal action. The rapper's tell the site, "Mr. Jackson is taking this threat very seriously and is consulting his legal counsel regarding his options." He is concerned that he has not yet advised this threat by the NYPD and even more concerned that Gonzalez continues to carry a badge and a gun. "
50 has so to the news via social media. "This is how I wake up this morning," This guy is a dirty cop abusing his POWER, "he captioned a photo of the article. #NYnotSafe #TheGangstagotabadge. "
See 50 Cent's reactions to the news below.
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