50 Cent Shares Theory On Nicki Minaj's Cousin's Friend's Swollen Testicles

By Hayden Brooks

September 17, 2021

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If you follow him on Instagram, you know that 50 Cent loves to clown folks, so it's not surprising that he weighed in on Nicki Minaj's COVID-19 testicle controversy.

On Thursday (September 16), Fif took to Jimmy Kimmel Live! to speak on the viral incident. "I heard that you got -- and I know this is supposed to be a surprise -- but I heard you got Nicki Minaj’s cousin’s friend’s testicles to be on this show. Is that true?” the host asked 50, who appeared on the late-night show to promote his upcoming Starz series, BMF.

"Listen, you didn’t look at the details of that situation," the rapper said with a laugh. "The details said he was about to get married. I think the testicles, it could be from the bachelor party. Nobody said that. Why nobody thought about the bachelor party? Now, if you had a really good bachelor party and stuff starts swelling, it was Pfizer! It was definitely Pfizer!"

When it came down to talk about BMF, the hip-hop icon also spoke about the show's featured cameos from his famed friends like Eminem and Snoop Dogg. "I persuaded him to come [aboard]," 50 said of Em, who jumped into Hollywood briefly for the Oscar-winning 8 Mile in 2002. "I actually directed the episode that he's in. ... I called him, I put pressure on him, Jimmy. I think he had a terrible experience on the 8 Mile project."

Meanwhile, Minaj's COVID-19 vaccine claims continue to make waves. The rapper recently responded to the White House officials, who said she was never invited for a discussion about the vaccine after she made wild claims that it caused her cousin’s friend’s testicles to swell. "The White House has invited me & I think it’s a step in the right direction," Nicki tweeted.

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