In a twist to his ongoing online rivalry with Sean "Diddy" Combs, rapper 50 Cent, born Curtis Jackson III, has temporarily paused his tirade of mockery to question the credibility of Rodney "Lil Rod" Jones, a key accuser in the sexual assault allegations against Diddy. Known for his relentless online banter, 50 Cent took to Instagram to express his skepticism after coming across a news article that revealed federal authorities had yet to interview Jones, despite his bold claims against the music mogul.

Jones, who has initiated a lawsuit seeking $30 million in damages from Diddy, alleges a series of grave accusations including sexual harassment, drugging, and intimidation. According to Jones, Diddy coerced him into interactions with sex workers and participated in unwanted sexual acts. The lawsuit further implicates several other high-profile figures in the entertainment industry in these allegations.

This development raises questions about the integrity of the claims against Diddy, prompting 50 Cent to reconsider his stance, at least momentarily. "Wait a minute this s--t might be some b-----t. How they didn't talk to him yet," 50 Cent remarked on his Instagram post, showcasing a more contemplative approach than his usual provocations.

Amid these serious allegations, sources close to the investigation disclosed to TMZ that while Cassie Ventura, another accuser, is actively cooperating with federal investigators, Jones has yet to be questioned. This gap in the investigative process has cast a shadow of doubt over the accusations, leading to further speculation about their validity.

In addition to the sexual assault claims, Jones has also brought Diddy's interactions with Daphne Joy, the mother of 50 Cent's son Sire, into the spotlight, alleging that she was one of Diddy's supposed sex workers. This particular accusation hits closer to home for 50 Cent, intertwining personal connections with the ongoing legal drama.

Moreover, Jones has accused Diddy of conducting a campaign of intimidation against him and his family, including his 8-year-old daughter, alleging that Diddy spread falsehoods and sent individuals to harass them. These serious claims add another layer of complexity to the unfolding narrative surrounding Diddy's legal challenges.

Despite these recent developments, 50 Cent has not completely abandoned his penchant for mockery. At the Dreamville Festival, the "P.I.M.P" rapper couldn't resist taking a jab at Diddy, telling the crowd, "I love you brother, no P. Diddy. I love you even if you a sex worker." This remark follows a series of online taunts directed at Diddy, including a response to a photograph of Diddy riding a bicycle in Florida, seemingly unbothered by the swirling allegations and federal scrutiny.

As the legal and personal drama continues to unfold, the entertainment world watches closely, with many wondering how the allegations against Diddy will be resolved and what impact they will have on the careers and reputations of those involved.