50 Cent Gives His Take On "Spring Breakers" Partying During the Outbreak


If there's someone we can trust with funny social media content and trolling people and celebrities alike, it's 50 Cent, and no one has been better during these dark times than him. He, like many other celebrities, have been taking the Coronavirus pandemic very seriously, but no one's better at putting a smile on our faces despite everything going on.

During an interview with the Wall Street Journal, however, 50 got serious about what's going on in the world and how he's been adjusting to living in self-quarantine. "You know what they say, keep your social distance" he said in the interview also adding that people need to be more conscious of what's going on. "But a lot of people are not making adjustments, so they’re just going to sit home and they’re going to get fat. They’ll get fat."

He also had some very choice words for those who haven't been taking the COVID-19 pandemic serious at all, specifically the "spring breakers" partying it up in South Beach last week. Ironically, many of these young people have been found to have positive diagnoses for the Coronavirus recently. So 50 spoke his peace on their partying:

"People don’t hear alarms, they only see fires. A lot of them on South Beach and stuff like that, when they go out they’re only thinking about, “It’s spring break. It’s my time to have fun,” instead of considering what’s really going on right now," he reflects, offering them a piece of advice. "Go home so you can have another spring break at some point! Do you want this to be your last spring break?! What the f—ck, bro? It’s not safe, I don’t understand. But some people in New York City? These people will not stop. When they said it doesn’t sleep, it doesn’t sleep. Really, they’re not going to stop. They’re going to be outside. Go in the house and chill out, man!"

You tell 'em, 50! For everyone's sake, please stay home.

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