Curtis Jackson, best known as 50 Cent, issued an apology after a video of him harassing an autistic teen went viral.

In this July 20, 2015, file photo, Actor Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson attends the premiere of “Southpaw” at the AMC Loews Lincoln Square in New York. The Missouri Senate has tabled a sales tax proposal after a senator filibustered it by reading a book about 50 Cent. Democratic Sen. Maria Chappelle-Nadal on Monday, April 25, 2016, read for almost an hour from “The 50th Law,” a self-help book co-authored by 50 Cent and Robert Greene that draws on anecdotes from the rapper’s life. (Photo by Evan Agostini/Invision/AP, File)

The video was posted to 50 Cent’s Instagram account and removed shortly after the well-known rapper learned about 19-year-old Andrew Farrell’s disabilities. Farrell suffers from social anxiety and is slightly autistic.

“Listen, the new generation is crazy,” 50 Cent says in the video before claiming Farrell is high on drugs, “Look at him – what kind of sh-t you think he took before he came to work today? He’s high as a motherf–ker.’’

The incident took place at the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky Airport while Farrell, who is a janitor there, was working.

50 Cent has since apologized to Andrew and his family saying that he had no intentions on offending him or the autistic community.

“While the incident at the airport resulted from an unfortunate misunderstanding, I am truly sorry for offending the young man,” the businessman told Page Six in a statement. “It was certainly not my intent to insult him or the disability community, which is a source of great strength in America.”

Since the apology, the “In Da Club” star has gone a step further, making a sizable donation to Autism Speaks.

“I want to turn this misunderstanding into an understanding,” he said in a statement, according to TMZ. “There are people that are ignored, mistreated and neglected with disabilities that need our support. Today, I have made a donation of $100,000 to this worthy cause through Autism Speaks.”