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50 Cent Confronting Strangers Who Think He’s ‘Washed Up’ Is Hilarious

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50 Cent Confronting Strangers Who Think He’s ‘Washed Up’ Is Hilarious

There was a hilarious segment on Jimmy Kimmel Live last night.

An interviewer was sent out to approach people on the street, claiming that a magazine had named 50 Cent the greatest rapper of all time. He then asked their reaction, needless to say they weren't all positive.

Sadly for the unwitting interviewees, the next thing they knew 50 Cent appeared behind them questioning their comments and as you can imagine, their reactions were priceless.


As they slagged him off, 50 Cent watched a live feed of the remarks until it was his time to pounce.

Some changed their tune following the 42-year-old rappers appearance, whilst others stuck to their guns: nothing short of TV gold.

There been good news for the rapper's fans this week, with the announcement that his long-awaited Street King Immortal album could be dropping in the fourth quarter of 2017.


And last month he Eminem honoured their friendship with a brilliant birthday post to his former protégé.

Credit: Shady Records/Eminem/50 Cent

He posted a video, beginning with serious boring shit, saying: "First off, I want to say happy birthday," but then he went on to reveal the 50 verse that made him contemplate quitting rapping.


The rapper performed his version of the second verse in 'Places To Go', a track on the 8 Mile soundtrack.

"Picture a perfect picture, picture me in a pimp hat. Picture me starting shit, picture me busting my gat. Picture police mad they ain't got a picture of that. Picture me being broke, picture me smoking a sack. Picture me coming up, picture me rich from rap. Picture me blowing up, now picture me going back. To my momma's basement to live, shit, picture that. Where I'm from it's a fact, you gotta watch your back. You wear a vest without a gat, you's a target, Jack. Hustle hard, money stack, sell that dope, sell that crack. Sell that pack, sell that gat, sell that pussy, holla back. 50 Cent, too much Henny, man, I'm bent, I'm outta here."

He believes that the verse was so good it wasn't worth him writing anymore lyrics and you've go to admit it was decent banter.


Featured Image Credit: PA Images

James Dawson
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