Gonzalez allegedly said, "Shoot him on sight".
The police department confirmed that "the matter is under internal review".
Gonzalez is said to have given the message to his officers on June 7 - the date of the "Bronx Smoker", a boxing event 50 Cent was set to attend to watch two police officers who "had beef" fight it out.
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Gonzalez has dismissed his own comments as a joke, but the rapper has confirmed via Twitter that he's now consulting his legal team. According to various sources, 50 Cent aka Curtis Jackson is now concerned about his security as the NYPD inspector continues to possess a badge and a gun.
Gonzalez reportedly alleged in the complaint that some of 50 Cent's Instagram followers followed the rapper's lead in attacking him online, leaving threatening comments such as "f- this commander" and "blast this fool".
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He posted a pic of the police officer and wrote alongside it: 'This is Emanuel Gonzalez commanding officer of the 72percinct.
"The inspector just said that at roll call", the witness said. However, at least one person in attendance was alarmed enough to report Gonzalez to internal investigators.
As a result, he took to Instagram Stories to share a message that also included the slang "get the strap" meaning a gun, something a lot of rappers say in their music.
He wrote on the micro-blogging platform: "This guy Emanuel Gonzales is a dirty cop abusing his POWER".
Fitty then appeared to threaten the Brooklyn boss in a since-deleted Instagram post in May, writing "Get the strap" - his token catchphrase, which he attaches to social media postings almost daily. The officer remains on active duty. The shut down of the clubs came shortly after Jairam filed a $125 million claim of notice against the city, the NYPD and the State Liquor Authority.