50 Cent stuns fans with his TikTok dance moves and slim physique

50 cents isn’t known for his dance moves, but that didn’t stop the rapper from doing a smooth two-step recently.

Fifty, real name Curtis Jackson, showed off his dance moves while joining popular social media personality Bryce Hall for a TikTok video. The rapper started off strong, nailing his arm swings and side steps, but once the footwork kicked in, 50 opted to do some hand gestures and a shimmy instead. He eventually walked away with a smile on his face as Hall wrapped up the final dance moves.

50 Cent (L) does TikTok dance moves with Bryce Hall (R). Photo: 50cent/TikTok

Fans were surprised by the video, which featured 50 in a rare form. During his 20-year career, 50 surprisingly managed not to get bogged down in choreography. “What’s going on in the candy store boo boo… just make sure MBF is ready when you tease Kaanan yeah,” commented one fan.

“50: ‘Look homie, I don’t dance, all I do is that…it’s the same two steps with a little twist'”

“I wonder how Bryce even got 50 to do this [laughing emoji]’ wrote another person. The Power co-creator is currently working on his latest film project, Skill House. Hall is part of the cast, so he was able to access 50 and ultimately get him to participate in the light-hearted video. The film marks the 1950s foray into the horror genre.

While the dancing was entertaining, several fans were instead struck by the rapper’s physique. Last February, during the Super Bowl halftime show, 50 performed with Snoop Dogg, Dr. Dre, Mary J. Blige, Kendrick Lamar, and Eminem. While fans were mesmerized by the heavily West Coast-influenced performance, countless others couldn’t help but notice that 50 seemed a little taller than they remembered. The Queens, New York rapper performed his hit song “In Da Club,” which was recorded by Dr. Dre was produced while hanging upside down. His unexpected position on stage was a nod to the video, in which he has multiple takes of him rapping the song while hanging upside down.

“Definitely lost weight since the Super Bowl [flexed arm emoji]’ commented one social media user.

“He was bullied for that NFL halftime show.”

“Yeah I’ve been keeping up with his program, he’s lost about 5 cents,” another person jokingly commented.

“He never had weight, then people made fun of it. He hung upside down for 15 minutes shit he looks fat,” wrote one person who came to defend 50.

The “PIMP” rapper recently addressed the body-shaming attack that hecklers were spreading online. “They said I was fat at the Super Bowl,” he told radio station 97.9 The Box in Houston, Texas. “I’m taller than the original [‘In Da Club’] video but damn i’m not fat! I’m hungry after the Super Bowl, man. I was hungry, I made it,” he added.

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James Brien

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