50 Cent Rejected by Erin Andrews at Daytona 500, Tweets "I Don't See No Black People"
He may have the "Magic Stick," but 50 Cent couldn't find an opportunity to "hit once" nor "hit twice" while kicking it NASCAR-style at the Daytona 500 yesterday.
Before the start of Sunday's "Great American Race," Fos reporter Erin Andrews was working the prerace beat when she spotted the G-Unit capo and Rick Ross bully in pit row.
Less than two seconds later, the 34-year-old correspondent found herself dodging Fiddy's sexual advances on live television.
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Supporting the theory that chivalry is dead, 50 skipped the first date altogether and went straight in for a sloppy smooch on the lips before Andrews could even finish a five-word introduction: "Of course, 50 Cent here."
But Andrews handled it like a pro, politely rejecting Fiddy by literally turning the other cheek.
"I've gotta go talk to Danica Patrick," she tells the rapper after he all but nibbled on her earlobe. "Good to see you!"
Like a puppy-love-stricken 9-year-old (or a pathetic 37-year-old, your choice), 50 followed Andrews as the reporter searched for, but ultimately failed to find, the Go Daddy driver.
"Hey, I wanted to kiss her," the rapper later tweeted. "So I did."
Fiddy also used Twitter to comment on NASCAR's demographics, reporting that there are "no black people" at Daytona International Speedway, according to Yahoo! Sports. He later deleted the tweet.
You stay classy, Curtis!
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