How 50 Cent feels about Super Bowl halftime viewers are shaming him
50 Cent has the last word. After his appearance in the Super Bowl halftime show that broke the internet, fans joked about how the buff Power creator has obtained since its debut in 2003 “In Da Club”. Memes have spread across social media of people poking fun at how the 50 cent weight gain makes him a full dollar. But 50 don’t cry over it. Instead, in 1950s fashion, he enjoys it. He recently took to Instagram to share a screenshot of a report from The New York Post about his selling new merchandise in the wake of him being a trending topic.
“I call it teasing me, they just tease me because they know I can lose weight…that’s why I laugh with them. Fat shaming only applies when you’re ashamed of your fat. LOL,” he captioned the post.
He’s enjoying all the attention while promoting his new line of streetwear G-Unit. He shared a link on his Twitter account on Friday, February 18. In fact, he clearly wasn’t bothered by all the gossip because in addition to promoting his merchandise, the day after the Super Bowl, which was Valentine’s Day, he enjoyed a lovely hearty meal in New York with his little girl. friend. Page Six reports that the rapper dined at Sei Less for a romantic Valentine’s Day dinner with girlfriend Jamira Haines. The couple dressed in red for the occasion and even had fans come over to rave about their performance the night before. “Several people went up to him to congratulate him on his half-time performance,” an insider revealed.
The highly anticipated Halftime Show, sponsored by Pepsi, featured a lineup of some of hip hop’s biggest icons. It made history as the first full line-up in hip-hop. Dr. Dre anchored the show and featured performances from Snoop Dogg, 50, Mary J. Blige, Kendrick Lamar and Eminem. Audiences were treated to West Coast classics like “California Love,” 50s debut single “In Da Club,” Blige’s hit “Family Affair,” Eminem’s “Lose Yourself,” “We Gon Be Alright” by Lamar and “The Next Episode.”
Dre expressed the importance of hip hop and the moment in a press conference before the performance. “This should have happened a long time ago,” the Aftermath Records founder said. “Hip-hop is the biggest genre of music on the planet right now, so it’s crazy that it’s taken all this time for us to be recognized. I think we’re going to keep going and put on a fantastic show, and we’ll make it so big they can’t deny us in the future.”