News: Mini-Me Says 50 Cent Ain't "Got Nuttin' On Me"
Wednesday, Nov 10, 2010 2:30PM
Hollywood actor Verne "Mini-Me" Troyer has responded to footage of 50 Cent showing off bank rolls of money by tweeting a photo of his own wealth.
Posting an photo of himself immersed in currency on Twitter this week, Troyer taunted 50's casg flow.
"@daxholt, @50cent got nuttin' on me! LOL! http://plixi.com/p/55765047" Look At This 50 Cent! You're not the only one rolling in dough! Someone half your size has about just as much as you do! Verne Troyer posted this picture on his Twitter in response to 50 Cent who tweeted his own pic, flaunting his wealth. Considering that his career pales in comparison to yours and yet he still has as much money is really saying something! (Perez Hilton)
50 turned heads over the weekend by tweeting photos of himself , surrounded by piles of money.
50 Cent is seen in one picture stacking some playing cards on top of a huge pile of used notes. Added to it was the caption: "This is the life baby I'm going to Vegas with Floyd I'll double this quick," the Daily Mail reported. In another photo he is shown flicking through huge wads of cash, he tweeted: "Holy s*** bat man I think I'm rich. LOL". One showed him pretending to tuck into the pile of cash with a knife and fork, tweeting: "I'm eating good baby and I'm still hungry. Lol". And another showed him posing with a stack of bills between his lips as he gazes pensively off into the horizon. Finally, showing his creative side he arranged the stack of money into a large love heart shape, tweeting: "Who says I don't have a heart? Lol". (Daily News & Analysis)
The rapper later posted a video of himself allegedly stuffing his sports car with $2 million dollars.
Did you know a Lamborghini can carry several houses in its forward-mounted trunk? Well, it can, if you turn those houses into cash. How do we know this? 50 Cent put $2 million in cash into a Lamborghini Murcielago and captured the feat on video. The running commentary turns what would otherwise be an exercise in mindless excess into self-parody of legendary status. (Motor Authority)
Over the summer, 50 was one of few artists who earned a spot on Forbes' annual "Hip-Hop Cash Kings" list.
Forbes released their annual hip-hop cash king list today and at the top of the pile is Jay-Z. They estimate Hov grossed $63 million last year. Rounding out the top five are Dr.Dre ($17 million), Lil Wayne ($20 million), Akon ($21 million) and Diddy ($30 million). The rest are: 6. Ludacris, $16 million. 7. Snoop Dogg, $15 million. 8.Timbaland, $14 million. 9. Pharrell Williams, $13 million. 10.Kanye West, $12 million. 11. Drake, $10 million. 12. T.I., $9 million. 13. Eminem $8 million 14. 50 Cent, $ 8 million (Forbes)
Check out 50 Cent showing off his money below: