G-Unit leader 50 Cent may be a jokester in his music however his humor has now taken over Twitter with a series of tsunami-related remarks.
Writing on his Twitter page, 50 referenced the massive sea attack affecting the Western region of the world.
“Its all good Till b*tches see there christian louboutins floating down da street shit gone get crazy.,” 50 tweeted Friday (March 11).
“Wave will hit 8am them crazy white boys gonna try to go surfing.”
“Look this is very serious people I had to evacuate all my h*e’s from LA,Hawaii and Japan. I had to do it. Lol” (50 Cent’s Twitter)
Despite his initial humor, 50 later reminded fans about the disaster’s seriousness.
“Nah this is nuts but what can anyone do about it. Let’s pray for anyone who has lost someone,” he tweeted.
“Some of my tweets are ignorant I do it for shock value. Hate it or love it. I’m cool either way 50cent” (50 Cent’s Twitter)
Along with 50, artists like Diddy and Alicia Keys have sent their prayers for what has taken place over the past 48 hours.
In the wake of the devastating 8.9 magnitude earthquake and tsunami that hit Japan, celebrities have taken to Twitter to voice their concern for the country. Artists including Alicia Keys, Chris Brown, Lady Gaga, Diddy, Snoop Dogg, Keri Hilson, and more have reacted to the natural disaster, filling timelines across the globe with prayers and unifying words in this troubled time, while suggesting ways we can help. (Rap-Up)
Rapper B.o.B. has revealed the impact Japan’s tsunami had on his own camp.
“I just heard about it before I hopped on my flight today. My bass player is actually from Japan, so it’s really hitting home for us. My heart definitely goes out to all the people of Japan. I just remember the way the Japanese treated me after my shows there. They were just so appreciative and kind to me, my Japanese fans would give me the shirts off their backs. So to hear about this kind of tragedy and devastation really touches my heart. I’m praying for them.” (VIBE)
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