Famous rapper 50 Cent recently was on “The View” and he turned Joy Behar’s race-baiting questions into an absolute dismantling of her on live television. The rapper known for working with Eminem and churning out hits like “Candy Shop” and “In Da Club” many years ago has made his way onto an episode of “The View” and that’s where he basically left Behar speechless when she brought up “white people” who call the cops on black folks for doing normal every day things. You know, like operating a business without a permit when a child sells lemonade, but they’re kids so no one really cares. There’s always one miserable person making a big deal out of things that aren’t big deals and Joy Behar went for it with the racial undertones.
Behar asked 50 Cent, whose real name is Curtis Jackson, what he thought about the situation where white people constantly call the police on black people. His answer was, more or less, that these people have always existed and they will call the cops on anyone for anything. The only difference nowadays is that people are on camera a lot more than they used to be. With so many people having smartphones with video recording technology, now almost everything is caught on camera. However, to reiterate 50 Cent’s point, it’s that these people are a very small group of people who will call the police on people just because they can.
50 Cent then made a point to say that they are the kind of people who will call the cops on someone for crossing the street while the light is the wrong color.
He’s right. These people exist and they might be miserable with themselves, so they take it out on others. Think about each time a person calls the cops on an 8-year-old who sells lemonade in their front yard. The kid is doing no harm, but the adult is just a huge negative Nancy and these types of people have always existed.
IF YOU WANT TO WATCH THE WHOLE 30 MINUTE INTERVIEW, CLICK HERE. Below is an excerpt video from the interview.