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50 Cent says Obama would be shot

Whoa. Did He Just Say What I Think He Said?

I know Bill O'Reilly is never too terribly far from controversy, and he certainly stirred it up around here this week, but the shocking statement in this video didn't even come from Bill. Here's 50 Cent on his solid reasoning for supporting Hillary Clinton.

What in the world is going on? And did you catch the Fox News guy calling him "Mr. Cent?"

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emg2114 emg2114 9 years
Loved this clip and reading all the comments. I'll stay neutral at this point, but I wouldn't care if he was talking about the smurfs, hearing 'Mr. Cent' is absolutely hysterical.
karmasabitch karmasabitch 9 years
:ROTFL: @ Mr. Cent and pinhead :ROTFL: :ROTFL:
Nyrina-Windu Nyrina-Windu 9 years
I agree with Bill. He is a "Pinhead" and a lot more. 50 doesn't speak for all African Americans. And he sure as he*l doesn't speak for the rest of America. Just look at his record...literally.
puddlesworth puddlesworth 9 years
"mr. cent"? :D lol!
Nitrobezene Nitrobezene 9 years
I love Bill O'Reilly! He tells it like it is!
trésjolie1 trésjolie1 9 years
cine_lover cine_lover 9 years
:rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl: I love skittles! Taste the rainbow!
hausfrau hausfrau 9 years
m3 - you're awesome... i take fitty's opinion very seriously. i mean, who else is better to tell me what to think and who to vote for? surely not my parents, family, or god forbid i should think on my own!
mymellowman mymellowman 9 years
"I, when I was just a kid, savored my skittles to ensure the luscious flavor." - I completely agree with him on this. I love Skittles and all of their rainbowy goodness. mmm
mymellowman mymellowman 9 years
Hmmm. First, I don't get why anyone cares if Bill O'Reilly, or anyone else for that matter, calls 50 Cent. Second, I'm not quite too sure why anyone cares what 50 Cent has to say about politics (or any other entertainment person for that matter.) Furthermore, I feel we might be able to get more out of this thread by discussing other quotes of 50's. Please, feel free to discuss the quote of your choice: “You shouldn't throw stones if you live in a glass house and if you got a glass jaw, you should watch yo mouth: cause I'll break yo face.” "In Hollywood they say there's no business like show business in the hood they say there's no business like ho business." "I, when I was just a kid, savored my skittles to ensure the luscious flavor." "I had sex for the first time when I was 12-years-old with a grown-ass woman. Like, 22. She wasn't really attractive. I was a big 12-year-old though. I had no idea what I was doing, but I was ready! " :)
trésjolie1 trésjolie1 9 years
I think 50 cent made his case better than many Senators and Governors that have been backing Hillary in this race, even if I don't agree with him. I'm not sure if your random country singer star would say anything this level headed. "Mr. Cent" have been shot at a couple of times, so no wonder he is a little gun shy on the behalf of a future President. This is the one and only time something decent and well constructed came out of this guy's mouth, and it makes Bill O and Fox News look like pinheads themselves for slamming it.
annebreal annebreal 9 years I the only person who thinks it'd be just as, if not more likely with Hillary? I also don't think it actually would happen in either case, but when you're talking about the first black or female president, I think the odds of crazy people doing crazy things are just about equal.
leeluvfashion leeluvfashion 9 years
I dislike O'Reilly so much; he's such a waste of time. JessNess said everything I was going to.
DoctaJones DoctaJones 9 years
Given that the Secret Service gave an order to Dallas police a few days ago to stop checking for weapons at an Obama rally where something like 17,000 people showed up, I'm not surprised 50 Cent would say something like this. Obama's idealism and race are qualities that have never brought anyone luck in leadership positions (see Martin Luther King, Jr.) If he gets elected (and I really hope he does), I would not be surprised at all if some asshole tried to assassinate him and literally kill him. I would also not be surprised to see his reputation dragged through the mud and figuratively killed by his opponents.
JessNess JessNess 9 years
After watching it for the billionth time (mostly cause I was trying to figure out why FOX news was hanging out with 50 cent)Im starting to think that 50 did not mean that America would literally kill him. Although it is a possibility specially with the country's past assassination history, I think he also means that America would be extremely critical of him and basically ruin him BTW I so had a strong urge after Bill called him a pinhead to yell out "Takes one to know one"
wackdoodle wackdoodle 9 years
I've been saying to people - look if Barak becomes President there will be so many assassination attempts that it will become a standing joke. On the "multi-racial forums" I've been on that's a common thought that going through their minds. There are loons out there that will make it their life's goal to assassinate or go down as having tried to kill the first not-fully white US President. Denying that is to deny that racism exists and that people have lumped someone who is 50% white and 50% black into the solely black ethnic group. As my friends on the a group for bi-racial/multi-racial people keep pointing out - it's hilarious how people have decided or forced Barak it be a "black man" and ignore his mother completely. It's proof that the US has still serious issues with race and pigeon-holing people into choosing to be one race or another and cannot readily allow be to just be people not representatives of only one ethnic group. Barak could just as easily stand up tomorrow and say "I am a white man too." He he'd be absolutely right.
JessNess JessNess 9 years
Dont forget about Robert Kennedy
MandyJoBo MandyJoBo 9 years
I agree. The thought has crossed my mind as well. Racism is still a big issue in this country. I have actually cried thinking about it before.
MarinerMandy MarinerMandy 9 years
I agree...there are enough wackadoodles in this country that it wouldn't surprise me at all. I heard somewhere, and I could be wrong on this, that Obama already has the most protection of any of the candidates.
nyaradzom2001 nyaradzom2001 9 years
i think that there are too many racist bigots out there who will wait till the last moment to do something nasty.
Dbtabm Dbtabm 9 years
JFK was a white man. Ronald Reagan was shot at. Anyone can be in danger in the presidency. I would hope that people wouldn't let that stop them from voting for the person they believe in.
pargie pargie 9 years
I'm going to have to agree with 50 on that one. I mean I wouldn't NOT vote for Obama for that reason, but it is a serious possibility and no joking matter at all.
xrawk_starrx xrawk_starrx 9 years
I actually agree with him and I've heard other people say the same thing.
Trixie6 Trixie6 9 years
OMG! Please tell me I'm not the only one that agrees with 50 Cent? The issue of race is so huge in this country. Doesn't anyone else see the real possibility of some good 'ol southern (no offense intended) boy deciding to shoot Obama? I don't care for Obama, but God forbid some dumbass would actually try to kill him.
kaenai kaenai 9 years
Um.. that's pretty much the word on the street where I live, too. I've heard people say - more than once - "shortest presidency ever". Love him or hate him (and how I love to hate 50 Cent), at least he's honest. I have no love for Bill 'O RLY?' either. :P
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