At this point you’ll have likely seen Super Bowl LVI’s halftime show.
The presentation, which was featured by Dr. Dre and highlighted Snoop Dogg, 50 Cent, Mary J. Blige, Kendrick Lamar and Eminem, is being hailed as one of the best halftime shows of all time. In any case, despite the fact that it has been welcomed with predominantly good surveys, one of the entertainers has been getting some not great remarks.
The halftime show started with Dre and Snoop performing hits The Next Episode and California Love before the camera shifted down to show 50 penny reproducing the notable topsy turvy introduction from his 2003 tune In Da Club. Also the web was unforgiving.
“50 Cent seems as though he was hit by expansion,”
kidded one Twitter client.
“50 Cent appearing as though an entire dollar note,”
“Appears as though 50 Cent has been investing a great deal of energy at the treats shop,”
remarked another, referring to one more of the 46-year-old’s hit melodies.
50, genuine name Curtis Jackson, didn’t accept the affronts without a fight.
“👀who the fvck did this? 😠”
he composed on Instagram close by an image where he had been supplanted by Bizarre from the gathering D12.
Being in a body-disgracing storm is the same old thing for Jackson, who was blamed for body disgracing and ageism himself only two months prior in the wake of remarking on a progression of photographs of Madonna, for which he later apologized.