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Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Funny Pic: Meet 50 Winfrey, a Mutant Cross Between Oprah and 50 Cent

Posted By on Wed, Feb 2, 2011 at 5:11 PM

Meet the mutant, 50 Winfrey - HTTP://TWITPIC.COM/2QDRUT
  • Meet the mutant, 50 Winfrey
Now this is just wrong -- but it's so, so right. Here are four reasons why:

1. This is a great photoshop job, duh. Love that they kept Fitty's 'stache.

2. Back in '06, if you're old enough to remember, 50 Cent beefed with Oprah, telling Elle magazine:

She started out with black women's views but has been catering to middle-aged white American women for so long that she's become one herself. I think the idea of being publicly noted as a billionaire makes black women interested in seeing her views. But it's even more exciting to the demographic of white American women she's been aiming at to see that she has the exact same views that they have.

3. 50 Cent apparently dislikes Oprah so much that he has a dog (a very, very cute dog, we might add) named after her. A dog that has its own Twitter account and that cyber-beefs with its owner.

50 Cent, animal lover. - HTTP://TWITPIC.COM/2QDRUT
  • 50 Cent, animal lover.

4. 50 himself saw the above picture (or at least the people managing his Twitter account did), and he was pissed:

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