50 Cent Shares "Power" Stars' Spoof Video Of Lil Meech's Airport Gun Arrest
When Lil Meech was arrested back in December of last year for carrying a gun through airport TSA, his TV cohorts reacted with shock, but also hilarity. Moreover, that tradition continued after "Power" stars Gianni Paolo and Michael Rainey Jr. posted a spoof video of how they thought the arrest went down. "Bro, chill, don't search me," Rainey Jr. jokingly told a TSA agent at airport security. "I'm a minor. He packed my backpack." In fact, 50 Cent apparently found the clip so funny that he reposted it on his Instagram page.
"Oh s**t!" the G-Unit mogul wrote in his post's caption. "@lilmeechbmf LOL @michaelraineyjr Just chose Violence." Not only that, but he also included the leaked video of his arrest. Of course, this follows a friendly and cheeky rivalry between the stars on his shows "Power" and "BMF," on which Lil Meech plays his father. Regardless of that back-and-forth, 50 Cent always shows love to Meech whenever the situation calls for it- and when it calls for jokes, he unleashes. For example, Fif recently wished him a happy 23rd birthday with a short but sweet message. Now that said arrest is behind them, we're sure this won't be the end of teases and laughs about it.
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50 Cent & "Power" Stars Keep Trolling Lil Meech
However, Lil Meech found himself in the news recently for reasons unrelated to his TV stunts. He and Summer Walker hard-launched their relationship recently after a lot of hints and rumors that they were hitting it off. While it hasn't been all peaches and cream for the two as they face the wrath of critical social media, they seem happy and fun-loving in each other's company. They recently goofed off on Instagram, with Walker exuberantly showing off her dance moves to Meech on her Story.
Meanwhile, the 47-year-old recently blasted Starz for the leak of the last two episodes of the third season of "Power Book II: Ghost." Sure, leaks seem to happen to the G-Unit-verse often, but it doesn't make them any easier to handle when they occur. If anything, it just adds another wrench in the strained relationship between the network and the Queens native, and shows why maybe it was best for him to move on. Regardless, stay logged into HNHH for the latest news and updates on Lil Meech, 50 Cent, and the latter's TV empire.
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