Baltimore Fan Twerks for 50 Cent After He Punched Her: The Urban Twist
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Trifling! 50 Cent Punches Baltimore Fan in Face then She Twerks for Him.

50 Cent punched a female fan in Baltimore this past weekend. If you’re disgusted with 50, listen to this! The dummy then got on stage to twerk for him.

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50 Cent punched a female fan in Baltimore this past weekend.  The popular rapper was performing at Baltimore Soundstage with The Lox when he reached into the crowd to show love and the woman grabbed 50’s arm in a tight grip.


Instead of acting like a grown man, 50 Cent hauled off and punched the woman in her chest as if she were a man.

While I want to be utterly disgusted with 50 Cent, I am embarrassed to say that after punching the woman, 50 Cent later invited her onto the stage. She not only happily accepted his offer to accompany him on stage, but this trifling heffa actually gets on stage and twerks.

Really bish? Really?

So  a man punches you in your chest and  not only do you stay to enjoy the show but  later, when in an attempt to avoid a lawsuit and get you on camera to prove that you weren’t injured so you can’t sue, you fall for it.

I am utterly disgusted with her and completely turned off 50 Cent. I was a fan but you can’t be punching women in the face. that’s what you got security for. I don’t believe for one second he felt in danger so much that he punched her and then continued show.

This whole event  is why i rarely go out at night for  Baltimore entertainment. I live here but damn, this place is ratchet. Only in Baltimore does some airhead let a celebrity punch her in the face and  think it’s cool.

Kevin  Gates just got jail time for kicking a female fan, 50 Cent got a dance…

Thinker, Avid Reader, Couch Potato. Sapphire Hill is a writer from Baltimore Maryland who loves to delve deeper into the whys of everything. Staff writer for 86 Blvd and Badd Magazine. Blogger and talent promoter for Sapphire Spotlight On Talent.

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NBC’s big gamble on Megyn Kelly taking over Tamron Hall’s old timeslot continues to not pay off the way they expected.


According to Page Six, producers were hoping for a ratings bonanza with Harvey Weinstein accuser Lauren Sivan on “Megyn Kelly Today” last week but only ended up with lower ratings, as viewership slipped from 0.77 ratings points on Monday to 0.54 ratings points on Tuesday.

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Another source added, “That’s a big drop. They have to turn this around.”

Kelly also appeared for the first time on MSNBC earlier this week.

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Nelly’s Rape Accuser Refusing to Testify Won’t Stop the Police From Investigating the Case

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Marvel Studios has released a new trailer for Black Panther, the new film starring Chadwick Boseman as T’Challa, the titular hero and the king of the technologically-advanced African nation of Wakanda.


Check out the trailer above.

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Black Panther opens in theaters on February 16, 2018.

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