Snoop Dogg and 50 Cent mocked Oprah Winfrey after the 66-year-old media mogul took a nasty tumble onstage over the weekend.
The media maven was discussing the importance of balance in life at Saturday's Oprah's 2020 Vision: Your Life in Focus tour when she stumbled and fell.
An aide rushed to help Oprah to her feet as she laughed off the ironic incident and blamed the misstep on her low heeled shoes
While the fall didn't injure the television guru, the response to her fall was shocking to many decent people.
Once again, misogynistic rappers led the way with inappropriate comments about a senior citizen who fell and nearly fractured her hips.
Rappers Snoop Dogg, 48, and 50 Cent, 44, poked fun at Oprah, with the "Gin & Juice" rapper tweeting: "Michael (Jackson) and Kobe (Bryant) blew a gust of wind. Balance."
Fiddy jokingly suggested Michael Jackson’s ghost tripped Oprah and made her fall.
Snoop followed that with: "God don't like ugly."
The comments come after both rappers feuded with Oprah over her decision to go "after black men" accused of sex crimes.
"I don't understand why Oprah is going after black men. No Harvey Weinstein, No Epstein, just Micheal jackson and Russell Simmons this s–t is sad," the rapper, real name Curtis James Jackson III, wrote at the time.
Oprah has since canceled the Jackson project. She also withdrew from a documentary about mogul Russel Simmons, 62, who was accused of sexually assaulting nearly a dozen women.