Nick Cannon has taken a shot at 50 Cent, claiming that the Power producer has packed on the pounds since his G-Unit heyday.

On an episode of The Daily Cannon, which was uploaded to Nick’s official Instagram page on Friday (June 9), the multi-hyphenate host was reporting on how Vivica A. Fox wants to rekindle things with the “In Da Club” rapper when he made the remark.

“You can, like, fantasize about Fif from 15 years ago,” he said. “That’s a different Fif than this fat n-gga that’s walking around now.”

“I still would date the shit out of him,” his co-host, Mason Moussette, remarked.

“I guarantee you, 50 Cent will come on this show,” Cannon continued. “And Imma play this clip about both of y’all saying y’all wanna fuck him. He is fat! He look like he got a pack of hot dogs in the back of his neck. You lookin’ at them pictures from Get Rich or Die Tryin’, now it’s get thick or die fryin’!”

While Nick Cannon may not fear the wrath of 50 Cent, he should definitely fear the wrath of the Beyhive.

Last month, he argued that Bruno Mars has more hits than Beyoncé, which prompted a flurry of negative responses from Beyoncé‘s more die-hard fans.

“Have you ever seen Bruno perform live?” he asked his co-hosts. “Fire! ‘Cause he got his whole crew on stage with him and they be doing the little dances. It feels very Morris Day and the Time-ish.”

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“I could probably afford those tickets,” Mason Moussette replied, before bringing up the sky-high prices for Beyoncé and Taylor Swift’s respective tours.

“See, no offence, but I would rather go to a Bruno Mars show than a Beyoncé or a Taylor Swift [show],” Cannon then declared, which was met with bemusement from his colleagues.

“You out your mind,” Courtney Bee Bledsoe remarked while rolling her eyes.

“Who got more hits?” Cannon asked, to which Bledsoe replied with zero hesitation: “N-gga, Beyoncé! What you talkin’ ’bout?”

She then reeled off some of Bey’s solo hits including “Single Ladies,” “Drunk In Love” and “Crazy In Love,” as well as Destiny’s Child classics like “Bills, Bills, Bills” and “Say My Name.”

Feeling the heat, Nick clarified that he’s “a Beyoncé fan,” but doubled down on his hot take by saying: “I still believe Bruno Mars actually has more hit records.”