“The shame of being fat only applies when you’re ashamed of your fat.”
In case you missed it, 50 Cent was one of the surprise artists besides Dr. Dre, Eminem, Mary J. Blige, Kendrick Lamar, and Snoop Dogg. He performed “In da Club” and even started the show on its head as a homage, allegiance, or respect to the original music video.
However, there are many Tweets I focused on 50 Cent’s body (which we won’t show here, but I’m sure you can imagine).
After the Super Bowl, 50 Cent then posted some merchandise – which was New York Post It was interpreted as “taking advantage of social media interest” caused by “obesity shaming”.
Well, 50 people seem to have seen the New York Post article, because he posted the headline on his Instagram and wrote, “I call this bothering me.”
“They only annoy me because they know I can lose weight,” he continued. “That’s why I laugh with them.”
He concluded, “The shame of being fat only applies when you are ashamed of your fat.”
Unfortunately, 50 Cent himself has not treated others kindly on social media. Back in December, is make fun of them He portrayed Madonna’s interior saying, “This is Madonna under the bed trying to do ‘Like A Virgin’ at 63. Shot, if her old ass doesn’t get up.” Two months ago, he comparison Lil’ Kim for the character of the movie leprechaun.
In short, maybe we should stop making comments about people’s bodies!
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