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50 Cent says Twitter post encouraging gay suicides was ‘misinterpreted’

50 Cent says Twitter post encouraging gay suicides was ‘misinterpreted’
50 Cent
50 Cent

Rapper 50 CENT is defending his controversial Twitter post from earlier this week, insisting the comment — which implied gay men should commit suicide — was misinterpreted.

The ill-timed post has infuriated members of the LGBTQ community, who in recent weeks have mourned the loss of more than 6 teens who committed suicide in September, largely due anti-gay bullying.

In the post, the rapper stated: “If you a man and your over 25 and you don’t eat p***y just kill your self damn it. The world will be a better place. Lol.”

In denying that his original post (below) was an anti-gay statement, 50 Cent took to Twitter again on Friday, with this explanation:

“The other night I made a joke about a blow job. My male followers enjoyed it. So I then went on to joke about women receiving the same”

“Some how they turned a simple joke about oral sex into a anti gay statement. I have nothing against people who choose and alternative life”

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