After 50 Cent's protege Kidd Kidd was nabbed by police officers before his XXL Freshman Class performance at Best Buy Theater in New York on Tuesday night (June 30), the G-Unit capo decided to keep fans satisfied by hitting the stage. Never one to keep his mouth shut, he also spoke out against his former manager Sha Money XL for failing to pay his Epic Records signee, Bobby Shmurda's bail.

During a performance that also included Lloyd Banks, Tony Yayo and Young Buck, 50 threw shots at Sha Money XL, EVP of Urban A&R for Epic Records, for his seemingly lackadaisical attitude toward the "Hot N----" rhymer, whom Sha signed to Epic last year.

"I didn't want let y'all be disappointed. So I came out and did a little something while Kidd Kidd going through what he going through. But he'll be out. Everything will be back in motion. I still don't know exactly what the charges are, but I'm gonna get him out. He'll be out by tomorrow," Fif said regarding Kidd Kidd's arrest. Then, the rapper let the hammer down and went in on Sha Money refusing to aid Shmurda, who's been sitting in jail since December 2014.

"I ain't like Sha Money [XL]... Bobby Shmurda still in the joint. They left the n----s in the jailhouse. The whole GS9," he exclaimed to the sold out crowd at Best Buy Theater.

"The whole f---ing crew still in the jail," 50 continued. "Ain't nobody make bail. That's crazy. Ain't nobody make bail? Sha Money did that s---, man. How you gon' have money in your name and not have money to get a n---- out? Something's not right. Something's not right about all this."

In an interview with Revolt last month, Sha Money XL explained that the blame should not be put on Epic Records: "It’s not their fault." “That’s my bro, I’m with him till the end, no matter what," he said. "Hopefully we could find a way to get him out, which we are trying.”

Sha Money XL hasn't responded to 50 Cent's diss.

Things behind bars aren't going so well for Shmurda. Last week, he was arrestedat Rikers Island, where he is currently incarcerated, and charged with promoting prison contraband after he took a weapon from his girlfriend during a jail visit. He will likely remain in jail, being held on a $2 million bail, until his trial on conspiracy and gun charges takes place on Oct. 5.

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