Looks like celebrity fight season isn’t ending any time soon. First it was Chris Brown and Soulja Boy, next it was Kodak Black challenging Lil Wayne. The challenger time is Riff Raff, of “Tip Toe Wing In My Jawwdinz” fame, who just publicly challenged another massively famous rapper to fight him in the ring – 50 Cent.
Riff Raff uploaded an amazingly hilarious video to his Instagram where he showed off his boxing skills, and we have it here:
JODY HiGHROLLER vs 50 CENT HEAVYWEiGHT BOUT $2,000,000 … iT COULD HAPPEN iF JODY HiGHROLLER iS PAiD $2,000,000 UP FRONT @FloydMayweather @50cent …. YALL KNOW THERE HAS TO BE A HEAVYWEiGHT MATCH ON THAT FiGHT CARD … $2,000,000 …. AND NOT A PENNY LESS …. AQUABERRY AQUARiUS JANUARY 29 .. OH iTS A BiG YEAR FOR THE BUTTERSCOTCH BOSS
Riff Raff starts the video by referencing a match between two characters in the Rocky franchise: Tommy Gunn and Apollo Creed. (There was no fight between Tommy Gunn and Apollo Creed in the Rocky movies)
“This ain’t no street fight either. I want $2 million,” Riff Raff says to the camera. It then cuts to him practicing boxing with his trainer, set to music from Rocky. Cue people cheering from him outside the ring.
At the end of the video, he weighs himself and says he weighs 215 pounds – and that it could fill the heavyweight slot on the fight card. We assume he’s referencing the fight card for Soulja Boy and Chris Brown’s match. He then says that 50 Cent probably weighs 115 pounds. Sounds legit.
That same day, Riff Raff uploaded a photo of himself on Instagram saying that it’s “always about the money.”
At the moment, 50 Cent is busy promoting the upcoming match between Soulja Boy and Chris Brown. The fight – which will probably rake in big bucks – is set to take place on January 28. He also wants to set up the match between Lil Wayne and Kodak Black.
Now, we can only wait and see if 50 Cent accepts Riff Raff’s challenge. Apparently, he was good enough to compete in the junior Olympics as a kid. Fif posted a video on Instagram late last year that showed off his sick boxing skills.