News: 50 Cent Zips Up Nude, X-Rated Super Bowl Bet Reports
Monday, Feb 6, 2012 6:27PM
G-Unit leader 50 Cent has clarified recent reports suggesting he agreed to expose his genitals if the New York Giants lost in last night's Super Bowl XLVI.
According to Fif, he never actually agreed to a Twitter follower's challenge.
Reports claimed that the New York rapper would post a nude photo of himself on Twitter if the Giants lost. He said the confusion stems from an indecent proposal made online by a fan. "No. This is what happens on my Twitter," he said. "When people say really crazy things, I say, 'okay.' I don't say anything else. I just say, 'okay' so my fans can see the crazy things people say to me because they don't pay attention to what they're saying; they only pay attention to my response." (Yahoo News)
Speculation on the alleged bet landed online in late January.
The Hollywood Gossip first pointed out that Fiddy recently accepted a bet from Twitter follower @MyBestAssets that will cost him more than cash if the Giants lose: "Ok RT@MyBestAssets: @50cent Lets bet. If the Giants lose the Superbowl, u must post ur d*ck on the twitter. If ... m.tmi.me/kXXrI The rapper quickly responded to the bet agreeing that he'll post a nude photo of himself and @MyBestAssets said she'd post photo of both her "boobs and face" if the Giants win. Will 50 Cent really tweet nude photos of himself if his team loses? Guess we'll have to wait and see. (Huffington Post)
While Fif did not wager his body, the rap star did reportedly bank $1 million from the game.
50 Cent kicked off the betting madness when he placed $500,000 on the Giants during their matchup against the San Francisco 49ers, then Birdman topped that with plans to wager $5 million on a Patriots win in the Super Bowl. 50 Cent wasn't ready to jump in for $5 milli, but he did place a $1 million bet on the New York Giants in last night's game, and in an interview with Yahoo he addressed Birdman's bet. (RapFix)
The New York Giants were victorious after defeating the New England Patriots 21-17 Sunday night.
Eli Manning is the other Manning no more. Master of the fourth quarter rally this season, Manning did it again --- just as he did four seasons ago --- and got one up on older brother Peyton by leading the game-winning touchdown drive in the final minutes as the New York Giants stole another championship from the New England Patriots with a 21-17 victory Sunday night in Super Bowl XLVI. (USA Today)