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November 7, 2005

50 Cent Positioning Himself for Supreme Court Nomination

50 and Bush, united at last "we are both gangsters"

I think it's pretty obvious what 50 is up to here. First he sells Kanye out, then this business here:

The rapper, whose real name is Curtis Jackson, was at the premiere of his new semi-autobiographical film "Get Rich or Die Tryin" when he stuck up for the President:

"There is a lot of pressure on Bush as president of our country. A lot of things going on, this doesn't happen so often all the things that have happened under his presidency."

He also added that he thinks they have a lot in common: "We are both gangsters."

Clarence Thomas better watch his back, someone's creeping up on his throne. Rumor has it 50 will continue to flesh out his right-wing agenda on his next album, tentatively titled "Choose Life or Die Tryin".

(Also, note how 50 echoes the dubious analysis of his archrival)

Posted by jsmooth995 at November 7, 2005 1:50 AM

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