DJ Envy Weighs in on 50 Cent’s Mic Toss: Was It Really an Accident?
DJ Envy, co-host of The Breakfast Club, recently stepped into the fray surrounding 50 Cent’s mic-throwing incident, offering a unique perspective peppered with humor to ease the tension.
In a conversation with TMZ on September 1, DJ Envy shared his insights on the controversial situation, asserting that 50 Cent’s intentions weren’t to hit the victim.
“I haven’t had a chance to speak with him,” he told the outlet, “but it’s undeniably a regrettable situation. You see, everyone perceives Fif as this online bully, but behind the scenes, he’s one of the most amicable and compassionate individuals.”
“I haven’t spoken to him,” he told the outlet. “But, yeah, it’s a terrible situation. There’s no way in hell. I mean, 50. You know, everybody sees Fif as this big bully online, but he’s like, the nicest and most caring person.”
He went on saying: “I know it was probably an accident. I know it was an accident. So, I mean, things happen. […] 50 wasn’t aiming for her. And, we’ve seen 50 throw that first pitch at that Major League Baseball game. And we know how crazy he throws. So I know 50 is very remorseful.”
For DJ Envy’s full statement, watch the clip below:
TMZ reported on August 31 that Bryhana Monegain, a Power 106 radio host who was the woman struck by the mic, had promptly filed a police report on the night of the incident, which transpired on August 30. Law enforcement insiders revealed that they suspect 50 Cent tossed the mic toward his crew in the production area, inadvertently striking Monegain.
Monegain allegedly informed the police that 50 Cent had made eye contact with her before launching the microphone, leaving her with the impression that the rapper was aware of her presence.
In the realm of urban gossip and hip-hop communication, this incident continues to ignite discussions about 50 Cent’s actions and the repercussions they may carry.