If there’s one thing 50 Cent loves, it’s conflict.

The Queens native chimed in on Chris Brown and Quavo’s newly reignited beef, taking to Instagram to post a clip of Brown’s new diss track, “Weakest Link.”

“Oh my God i just heard this,” Fif wrote. “If Quavo don’t come with some heat it’s a wrap. First the Fat Boys break up now this!”

The Fat Boys mention is a reference to the 1992 movie, Boomerang, where Chris Rock’s character bemoans the rap trio disbanding. The group parted ways in the early 90s, just before the movie’s arrival. Jay-Z later quoted Rock in The Blueprint album cut, “Heart of the City (Ain’t No Love),” opening the track by rapping, “First the Fat Boys break up, now every day I wake up/Somebody got a problem with Hov.”

On Friday, Brown unleashed his diss track in response to the Migos rapper’s song “Tender” from earlier this month—which was his answer to Brown’s song “Freak.”

In addition to “Weakest Link” featuring artwork of Quavo eating a huge hotdog, the song mentions Quavo briefly dating Brown’s ex-girlfriend, Karreuche Tran. Brown also claims he hooked up with Saweetie while she and Quavo were together, fires back at Quavo by referencing him assaulting Saweetie in an elevator, and says that everyone wished Quavo had died instead of Takeoff.

“You fucked my ex-ho, that’s cool, I don’t give no fuck, lil n***a/’Cause I fucked yo’ ex when you were still with her, bitch, I’m up, lil n***a,” Brown rapped.

On “Tender,” Quavo wonders why Brown wants to provoke a fight over Tran, and also appears to allude to Brown’s 2009 domestic violence case with Rihanna.

“You did the bitch wrong and now the bitch gone, she posted with a thug,” he raps on the hook. “Call the bitch phone, she won’t come home, don’t beat her up/It must be the drugs, need to cross out your plug.”