50 Cent defends Coi Leray.

After coming under fire for her album’s disappointing first week sales, the hip-hop mogul has stepped in to call for an end to the hate.

“Now would be a good time to stop hating @coileray,” 50 wrote alongside a photo of Coi on Instagram.

The “Power” producer also announced that he wanted to put the 24-year-old rapper on one of his TV shows. “I’m going to show it on your TV,” he added. “STOP worrying about a first week of WORK.”

Coi replied after seeing 50’s message of support. “GLG!!!!! LETS GOOOOOOO,” she wrote, while her “Blick Blick” collaborator Nicki Minaj also commented, “King shit.”

Coi’s first album avant-garde, which features Lil Durk, G Herbo and Polo G, debuted at No. 89 on the Billboard 200 with around 11,500 units. While clowned on social media, Coi remained positive.

“God has been the best father for me. I can’t complain about anything. My debut album is amazing and not a single song can be called bad,” she tweeted. “I understand Coi Leray is so viral and does well on blog headlines, but believe me, it’s all part of the game, get out there and stay focused.”

The 1950s post about Coi did not sit well with his father Benzino, who called out his longtime rival for trying to ‘use my own child against me’.

“Hey RATMAN aka 59 I appreciate you putting my Coi but does she know you and STARS have been at odds lately,” he tweeted before claiming that 50 doesn’t own the “BMF” brand. “Well, I just got my hands on a federal lawsuit saying the ‘BMF’ brand isn’t yours and I knew that and never told Meech or STARS. Big stupid mistake .

He went on to snap 50 with his own daughter, with whom he has a distant relationship. “You crossed a line with my kid, but that’s okay, she’ll have to live with the decision she made to go against her dad to deal with the opps,” Benzino added. “Anyone who is a real person will recognize his disloyalty and that will be his downfall. Smh, people who sell their souls always regret it.