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50 Cent admits hanging upside down at Super Bowl was “a mistake”

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50 Cent has admitted that his decision to hang upside down at last year’s Super Bowl was “a mistake”.

The rapper made a surprise appearance at the Halftime Show, which saw him join Dr. DreSnoop DoggEminemKendrick Lamar and Mary J. Blige on stage.

The rapper’s segment of the star-studded performance saw him rapping ‘In Da Club’ while suspended upside down from the ceiling. 50 Cent’s performance spawned a number of memes, with the performer himself sharing his favourites.


Many on social media then took the opportunity to make references to the rapper’s weight, which he then referenced in a winking tweet, in which he shared a link to buy the tank top he wore on stage.

50 Cent CREDIT: Press

After the New York Post ran a story on the tweet, he screenshotted their article and wrote: “I call this teasing me, They’re just teasing me because they know i can drop the weight. that’s why i laugh with them. Fat shaming only applies when your ashamed of your fat. LOL.”

The rapper has now said he wish he hadn’t hung upside down

He told USA Today: “I think that was a mistake for the Super Bowl. Everybody else walked in regular, the songs still went over and they got the trophy, too. They all won an Emmy. They got the same thing I got and I had to put myself upside down.”

Meanwhile, 50 Cent recently announced a 2023 UK, European and US tour to celebrate the 20th anniversary of his 2003 debut album, ‘Get Rich or Die Tryin’.


‘The Final Lap Tour’ with Busta Rhymes will start at the Maverik Center in Salt Lake City, Utah on July 21, touring throughout North America with stops in New York, Florida, Texas, Arizona, California and many more, before closing out at the Pine Knob Music Theatre in Detroit, Michigan on September 17.

The rapper will then kick off the European leg at Amsterdam’s Ziggo Dome on September 28 before making stops in Germany, Denmark, Norway, Switzerland, France, Ireland and more.

The UK run starts at Glasgow’s OVO Hydro on November 9, followed by Manchester’s AO Arena (10) and London’s O2 (11) before the tour wraps up at Resorts World Arena in Birmingham on November 12.

You can purchase tickets for the UK shows here and in the US here.

Find the full list of tour dates below.



21 – Salt Lake City, UT, Maverik Center
23 – Denver, CO, Ball Arena
25 – St. Louis, MO, Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre – STL
27 – Noblesville, IN, Ruoff Music Center
28 – Nashville, TN, Bridgestone Arena
29 – Cincinnati, OH, Riverbend Music Center
31 – Toronto, ON, Budweiser Stage

2 – Montreal, QC, Bell Centre
3 – Mansfield, MA, Xfinity Center
5 – Darien Center, NY, Darien Lake Amphitheater
6 – Cleveland, OH, Blossom Music Center
8 – Bristow, VA, Jiffy Lube Live
9 – Brooklyn, NY, Barclays Center
11 – Hartford, CT, XFINITY Theatre
12 – Camden, NJ, Freedom Mortgage Pavilion
13 – Virginia Beach, VA, Veterans United Home Loans Amphitheater at Virginia Beach
15 – Raleigh, NC, Coastal Credit Union Music Park at Walnut Creek
16 – Charlotte, NC, PNC Music Pavilion
17 – Atlanta, GA, Lakewood Amphitheatre
19 – Tampa, FL, MIDFLORIDA Credit Union Amphitheatre
20 – West Palm Beach, FL, iTHINK Financial Amphitheatre
22 – Tuscaloosa, AL, Tuscaloosa Amphitheater
24 – Houston, TX, Toyota Center
25 – Dallas, TX, Dos Equis Pavilion
27 – Albuquerque, NM, Isleta Amphitheater
29 – Phoenix, AZ, Talking Stick Resort Amphitheatre
30 – Los Angeles, CA, Arena
31 – Chula Vista, CA, North Island Credit Union Amphitheatre

2 – Mountain View, CA, Shoreline Amphitheatre
4 – Sacramento, CA, Golden 1 Center
6 – Ridgefield, WA, RV Inn Style Resorts Amphitheater
7 – Seattle, WA, Climate Pledge Arena
8 – Vancouver, BC, Rogers Arena
10 – Calgary, AB, Scotiabank Saddledome
11 – Edmonton, AB, Rogers Place
13 – Winnipeg, MB, Canada Life Centre
15 – St. Paul, MN, Xcel Energy Center
16 – Chicago, IL, United Center
17 – Detroit, MI, Pine Knob Music Theatre


28 – Amsterdam, Netherlands, Ziggo Dome
29 – Hamburg, Germany, Barclays Arena
30 – Copenhagen, Denmark, Royal Arena

4 – Oslo, Norway, Spektrum
5 – Trondheim, Norway, Spektrum
7 – Stockholm, Sweden, Avicii Arena
9 – Riga, Latvia, Arena Riga*
11 – Lodz Poland, Atlas Arena
14 – Berlin, Germany, Mercedes-Benz Arena
15 – Oberhausen, Germany, Rudolf-Weber-Arena
20 – Zurich, Switzerland, Hallenstadion
21 – Nice, France, Palais Nikaia
22 – Milan, Italy, Mediolanum Forum
24 – Munich, Germany, Olympiahalle
25 – Mannheim, Germany, SAP Arena
26 – Brussels, Belgium, Forest National
28 – Prague, Czech Republic, O2 Arena
31 – Strasbourg, France, Zenith


2 – Nantes, France, Zenith
3 – Paris, France, La Defense Arena
6 – Dublin, Ireland, 3Arena
9 – Glasgow, Scotland, OVO Hydro
10 – Manchester, England, AO Arena
11 – London, England, The O2
12 – Birmingham, England, Resorts World Arena

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