During one of the recent stops of “The Final Lap Tour,” 50 Cent connected with one of his fans during a meet-and-great. The individual in question recreated the G-Unit rapper’s classic turn-of-the-century “uniform,” complete with a durag, a tank top, and a bulletproof vest, sparking a humorous reaction from the man himself that was caught on video. “You see that? Drake get a bra, I get this!” 50 stated before taking a snap with the dedicated concertgoer.
As REVOLT previously reported, the “Many Men (Wish Death)” star shared a video that saw him admitting envy over Drake’s highly publicized “It’s All A Blur Tour” and the countless bras that have been thrown onto the Canadian talent’s stage in the past month.
“Could you please go get me some Drake fans? S**t just don’t feel right. I need to feel special around here,” he vented. “I need them to treat me like I’m Drake. Drake get bras every night! I used to get bras in the beginning of my career… Can we coordinate a production that’s hot enough for me to get bras every night like Drake?”
Not long after, Drizzy took to his Instagram Stories to provide a humorous response. “Fif, lemme pull up for a pep talk,” the OVO head honcho wrote.
During the above “Rap Radar Podcast” interview in 2019, Drake named 50 Cent as one of his earlier influences. “’21 Questions’ would probably be my most inspiring example of a guy who’s not supposed to be singing, singing, and girls loving it and going crazy,” he said to hosts Elliott Wilson and B.Dot. Back in May, 50 shared his thoughts on Drake during a sit-down with USA Today (below). “Drake is the new, stronger version like that because he can do a whole pop record, sing the whole song. I’ve never done that,” said the Queens legend. “He’ll say that I’m one of those influences… That’s a big compliment because he’s established himself and done great work.”
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