50 Cent isn’t feeling his Hulk-like physique (Picture: @50cent, Instagram)
50 Cent is on a mission to lose a little weight after realising he’s started to look as bulked up as Marvel superhero Hulk.
The In Da Club rapper shared an Instagram video in which he’s seen standing around topless with his torso on show.
There’s no denying that 50 Cent, real name Curtis Jackson, looks incredibly ripped with his abs on show and biceps bulging but he’s surprisingly not impressed with his body.
‘Time to come down, now starting to look like Hulk. LOL 🏃♂️💨cardio,’ the rapper captioned the video.
However, his fans think otherwise as one hilariously suggested: ‘You are Ginormous, Butttt you’re not Green!! It’s possible you could be “Chocolate Hulk” !!’
Referring to a scene in 50 Cent’s music video for his debut single In Da Club where he’s working out upside down, another follower weighed in: ‘You came onto the scene as the black hulk. And upside down.’
Another fan joked: ‘Do a movie called Black Vs Green Hulk…LOL.’
50 Cent, 45, has been known to fluctuate his weight when it comes to movie roles. Last year, the Candy Shop rapper revealed he gained 15 pounds to play drug kingpin Isaac Wright Jr in his TV series For Life.
In 2010, the Power actor dropped a significant amount of weight for his role as a football player battling cancer in the film Things Fall Apart.
His appearance was drastically different and his diet was pretty gruelling as the rapper went from 214 pounds to 160 in just nine weeks after adopting a liquid diet, and running on a treadmill for three hours a day.
50 Cent will somewhat be back on screens again soon after the rapper dropped a teaser trailer for his upcoming spin-off Power Book III: Raising Kanan.
The series will follow 50 Cent’s character Kanan from the main Power series, which ended this summer.
Raising Kanan is a prequel following the ruthless drug dealer as a youngster in the ‘90s.
In the teaser, 50 Cent narrates: ‘You already know how my s**t ended — this is how it started. This is my story.’
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50 Cent will act as executive producer while the young Kanan will be played by Mekai Curtis. Omar Epps, Joey Badass and London Brown also join the cast.
The season one finale of Power Book II: Ghost will air next weekend on Amazon Prime while Power Book III: Raising Kanan is expected to debut summer 2021.
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