50 Cent is certainly one of the most influential hip-hop names in the world. Back in February this year, he was criticized for his unexpected presence during the Super Bowl LVI Pepsi Halftime Show. He has finally responded to those who labeled him fat.
During a recent visit to 97.9 The Box in Houston, Texas, 50 people commented that the jokes about his alleged weight gain were highly exaggerated. Fifty even stood up to demonstrate that he is more fit than fat.
At the Super Bowl, they said I was fat. Im bigger than I was in the original [In Da Club] video, but damn, I aint fat! Ive been hungry since, man. I've been slain.
During the Super Bowl Halftime Show, 50 Cent performed his 2003 hit song In Da Club. He was standing upside down in a white tank top, similar to the song's music video. The funny remarks began to circulate immediately on social media.
Surprisingly, 50 accepted the jabs after the show and posted a picture of Bizarre, a D12 rapper, hanging upside down in the bands 2004 My Band video with the remark, Who the fv-k did this? When images of 50 Cent's dramatic 54-pound weight loss for the 2011 film All Things Fall Apart reappeared on social media, 50 Cent previously addressed his weight. Check out the following posts.