50 Cent Gets Denied Kiss By Erin Andrews at Daytona 500
The argument can be made that 50 Cent has always been the type of rapper that seems like he could have any girl in the world. However, there’s apparently one girl that’s not afraid to turn the famous rapper down–Erin Andrews.
While covering the Daytona 500 last weekend, Andrews was broadcasting from the sidelines and happened to run into 50 Cent in the middle of a segment. Obviously, she did what any other broadcaster would have done by going to interview him, but it’s safe to say Andrews immediately regretted that decision after 50 Cent went in for an awkward kiss–only to get denied by her.
Honestly, what was 50 Cent thinking when Andrews came over to interview him? Better yet, what made him think this would be alright to happen in the first place?
For starters, everybody knows Andrews has worked her butt off to get where she is today and is one of the most professional journalists out there–so the last thing she’s going to want to do is be part of some awkward kiss live on the air. Give credit to Andrews for avoiding this incident at all costs because now 50 Cent just looks like the laughing stock of the sports world after getting denied by one of the most beautiful broadcasters live on the air.
Use your head next time 50 Cent and think about how someone like Andrews is going to respond if you attempt to kiss them live on the air–because it’s going to end up the same way most of the time.
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