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Sunday, November 23, 2014

50 Cent goes in to kiss Erin Andrews, gets denied (Video)

50 Cent is no Squints Palledorous. The rapper got pulled in for an impromptu interview with FOX’s Erin Andrews before the Daytona 500 Sunday, and he got hilariously rejected on a kiss attempt after going with the “get a kiss or die trying” strategy.

Andrews was looking to interview Danica Patrick when she spotted 50 and extended her arm to bring him in for the interview. The rapper found the open arm as a welcome invitation to go in for a monster kiss. He came in all puckered up and ready for a big smooch on the lips, but Andrews turned her cheek, leaving 50 hilariously empty-handed. He ended up planting one on Andrews’ cheek after getting “friends-zoned” as BuzzFeed so aptly called it.

Andrews clearly was uncomfortable after being caught off guard. She wasn’t sure which way to go, but she knew a lips kiss wasn’t in the cards. That didn’t seem to bother 50, who continued to follow Andrews even after the kiss rejection. He tried to put his hands on her waist, and then he was caught scoping her backside as she walked in front of him:

50 Cent Erin Andrews

When a fan on Twitter pointed out that 50 was caught checking out Andrews’ backside, the rapper tweeted “lol.”

He also was not bashful about his intentions, later admitting on Twitter, “Hey I wanted to kiss her so I did.”

However, after realizing his kiss fail was making front page news on the Internet, 50 objected to the headlines that said he was “denied.”

“Denied Wow they called me to interview with @ErinAndrews,we are working together on my street king energy campaign.that’s why I was being nice,” 50 responded on Twitter.

Uh huh, you were just “being nice”? Just trying to politely snag a kiss on the lips and look at her butt, huh? This ain’t “Family Feud” and you’re not Richard Dawson, bro.

Clearly bothered by the confidence blow, 50 then spent part of the afternoon retweeting messages from women who talked about wanting him sexually. I guess he needed the self-esteem boost.



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