The NYPD investigates a commander who allegedly ordered police to shoot 50 Cent


The NYPD is investigating the behavior of a Brooklyn district commander who allegedly told his officers to "shoot" at 50 Cent – and the rapper publicly announced Sunday that he had never been informed by the police of threats that threatened him.

Deputy Inspector Emanuel Gonzalez, commander of the 72nd district of Sunset Park, reportedly told the police during the call that, if they saw the rapper, they had to "shoot him at sight," according to the police.

Gonzalez gave the message to his cops on June 7 – the same day as the Bronx Smoker, where Fitty was heading to watch the cops who have friends with each other go wild.

The police department confirmed that "the case is being reviewed internally".

The rapper, whose real name is Curtis James, posted Sunday a series of photos on Instagram, claiming that he had never been informed of the threat looming against him.

"I take this threat very seriously and consult with my legal adviser regarding my future options," he wrote in one of Sunday's three messages on his behalf. "I'm afraid the NYPD has not informed me before about this threat. # NYnotSafe #TheGangstagotabadge

A different Instagram article features Gonzalez's NYPD photo.

"It's Emanuel Gonzalez, commander of the 72percinct [s.i.c.]. He thinks he has some beef with me, so he sent the homies for them to work. NYNOTSAFE #thegangstagotabadge "

"This guy, Emanuel Gonzales, is a dirty cop who abuses his power," he wrote in another post. "The sad part is that this man always has a badge and a gun."

The Brooklyn boss and rapper have had their own beef since Gonzalez tried to force the owner of hip-hop club Love & Lust to buy gifts.

The club's owner, Imran Jairam, said the cops and the state's liquor authority "unfairly targeted" the club when he did not give Gonzalez what he asked for.

Fitty then appeared to threaten the Brooklyn boss in an Instagram publication suppressed since, in May, writing "Get the strap," his generic slogan, which he attaches almost daily to social media posts. "Strap" is slang for gun.

"They are trying to silence him," the rapper wrote on Instagram, referring to Jairam.

After the Post exclusively reported the New York Police investigation of the rapper, Fitty again turned to Instagram, where he posted a photo of his trademark application.

"So here's the mark, the investigation is over," he wrote about the request, provoking the NYPD, "Back to the fight against crime, guys. Take the strap.

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