So it looks like 50 Cent may have had good reason to challenge Floyd Mayweather to read a single page from one of the Harry Potter books. Above is a clip from this morning's edition of The Breakfast Club on Power 105, in which co-host Charlamagne Tha God plays an unedited version of a drop Mayweather recorded for the…
Floyd Mayweather has been beefing with numerous rappers of late. He fought T.I. at a Fatburger in Las Vegas in May. Nelly blasted Mayweather for being a high school dropout on ESPN, and he's also dating Mayweather's ex-fiancée. But no beef has been more entertaining than Mayweather's fallout with former friend 50 Cent.
The first words out of 50 Cent's mouth on Animal Ambition, his first new album in five years, are "I woke up this morning, this is insane / Rich as a motherfucker and ain't much changed / Open my eyes, no surprise, I'm with a different bitch / Different day, different ass, different tits." The misogyny might sting,…
Remember when 50 Cent unleashed this atrocity of a ceremonial first pitch at Citi Field? He finally got around to explaining himself during a Reddit AMA he did today.
We thought we were done with 50 Cent's shitty first pitch, but we found another way to appreciate it. Enjoy these three photos that tell the tale of Fitty's pitch without actually showing the pitch. Think of it as a short play.
50 Cent threw out the first pitch at Citi Field tonight, so let's all watch as one of the most successful rappers ever fails to throw a baseball anywhere near home plate.
An intrepid tipster just leaked us this video of 50 Cent auditioning for a role in American Gangster, the 2007 Denzel Washington drama about drug kingpin Frank Lucas' rise to power, and there is nothing about this that is not amazing in every way.
In a sports moment rivaled only by Joe Namath's come-ons to Suzy Kolber, rapper 50 Cent—inexplicably making the infield rounds at the Daytona 500—took Fox's Erin Andrews to the Candy Shop of love, though it appears EA wasn't digging it so much. Before the race even started, we've had a massive wreck. [Fox]
As ESPN notes, Floyd Mayweather and 50 Cent had a business deal in place-and a burgeoning friendship-not too long ago:
In the role of Larry Merchant is a TMZ photographer. Starring as Victor Ortiz is the world famous "Ray J." And as Mayweather-by-default, we have rapper Fabolous.
Mr. Cent went from a jacked 214 lbs. to 160 in nine weeks to play a cancer-stricken football player in "Things Fall Apart." It does not mention if he drank a fuckload of green tea. (H/T Gillin.) [ThisIs50]