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50 Cent Has The Gay Community In An Up Roar Over Twitter Comments!

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The Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) is mounting a campaign against 50 Cent after the rapper tweeted threatening comments to blogger Perez Hilton last week, including a violent photo of two men in suits running from a mob.

"Perez Hilton calld me douchebag so I had my homie shoot up a gay wedding. wasnt his but still made me feel better,"
Check out the TwitPic he sent out below:
(click to read and enlarge)

50 also Tweeted Perez:
"stop being so sensitive its a joke. Your acting like a big next song will make your sweet ass dance lol chill out."

Now GLAAD is speaking out...

"It's wrong to make jokes and promote violence against the gay community,"

said GLAAD spokesman Rich Ferraro.
"Taking down the post is not enough. We wanted him to tell his Twitter followers that what he did was wrong."

Even after all of the outrage, 50 Cent continues to get on Twitter posting offensive comments and photos against gays.

Check out this Twitter post:

A rep for 50 Cent had no comment. But it wasn't the first time 50's run afoul of the gay community. He told Playboy in a 2004 interview,
"I ain't into faggots. I don't like gay people around me, because I'm not comfortable with what their thoughts are . . . I'd rather hang out with a straight dude. But women who like women, that's cool."

His recent Twitter posts have also taken aim at unborn children and pregnant women:
"I wanna do something that impact kids in a positive way, thats why im opening an abortion clinic. Ima call it 50/50 chance,"
one of them read.

Check out what 50 Cent recently told MTV about his sudden Twitter addiction...

"You know what's interesting? I look at that platform as another place to express yourself in a different way, to entertain. Not necessarily to create a perception of your actual character, but to be entertaining. When other people used it, it was boring because they were trying to be safe, be politically correct." in response, why not put the gayest picture we could find of 50 Cent.


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