50 Cent Recruits Mike Tyson as Chris Brown’s Boxing Trainer (Video)

And the feud between Chris Brown and Soulja Boy just got a little more interesting.

50 Cent has thrown his hat into the rapper feud ring by enlisting Iron Mike Tyson to train Brown in his upcoming boxing match against Soulja Boy.

“They said Floyd [Mayweather] is training Soulja Boy, so I said I had to get Mike Tyson to train Chris Brown,” FIf said on Instagram Friday night. And he did just that.

The rapper called Tyson who agreed to support, saying, well, saying things we can’t repeat on this family-friendly website but you can click here, is you want to hear it for yourself.

50 Cent was pretty happy with his catch and shared the news on Instagram:

Breaking News: It’s Show time Baby!!! #putthegunsdown lol

A video posted by 50 Cent (@50cent) on Jan 6, 2017 at 5:00pm PST

It was just a day ago that Soulja Boy was boasting on Instagram about the Mayweather news, writing, “It’s going down … Signed my contract I’m leaving the fight with $1,000,000 I got the best ever my big bro Floyd Mayweather training me dam (sic).”

Not a bad choice of trainers, if you ask us, considering ESPN ranked Mayweather Jr. as the greatest pound-for-pound boxer of the last 25 years.

The feud kicked off on Jan. 3, when Soulja Boy began taunting Brown on Twitter. Apparently it was spawned by Soulja Boy liking an Instagram post by Brown’s ex-girlfriend, Karrueche Tran.

It has since spun out of control and gone from throwing garbs at each other on social media to committing to throwing punch in a ring. Now it’s on its way to pay-per-view, courtesy of Mayweather’s companies — Mayweather Promotions and The Money Team — who are promoting the fight.

Related stories from TheWrap:

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Soulja Boy on Shia LaBeouf’s Rapping: ‘You Better Stick to Acting’ (Video)

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