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Fans have been revisiting some of the lyrics to 50 Cent’s 2003 Get Rich or Die Tryin’ track alongside Nate Dogg, “21 Questions.” Social media users are calling out the lyrics as major red flags, claiming they would have been out of there long before the song’s third verse. “21 Questions” was a massive success upon it’s release, peaking at #1 on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart in May 2003. It seems, however, that times have changed.

“‘Are you mad cuz I’m asking you 21 questions?’ Let’s start there. Cuz yes. Tf,” one social media commenter jokes. “’If I was with some other chick and someone happened to see and when you asked me about it I said it wasn’t me…’ don’t even gotta finish the question,” another claims. Users continued to go to town with their answers to the questions, revealing that most of them would be “no.”

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Fans Revisit 50 Cent’s “21 Questions”

It seems as though Vivica A. Fox may be interested in answering a couple of 50 Cent’s questions. During a recent appearance on Sherri Shepherd’s talk show, she revealed that she would consider getting back with her ex. “Well, [Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez] did it again. Why not?” she explained. Although 50 Cent is in a happy relationship with Cuban Link currently, she continued to hint at rekindling their romance. “[50 Cent] has a beautiful girlfriend by the name of Cuban Link… Recently, he gave her something, but I don’t know if it was an engagement ring. But it was a beautiful ring,” she described.

Today, it was revealed that 50 Cent’s co-producer of the show BMF was suspended by Lionsgate for allegedly threatening striking writers on Thursday. Though 50 Cent hasn’t commented publicly on the matter, he seemed to share a similar opinion on the WGA strike during an interview earlier this week. “I hope [the strike] doesn’t last,” he shared, “I don’t see it as a positive thing for the writers that I know that have established overall deals.” He continued, “The last time, it lasted for about a hundred days, a little over three months. If it extends to that point now, I don’t know.”

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