50 Cent shares Superman suit pic and says 'this is how I feel right now', fans wonder if he's running for Prez
Curtis Jackson, commonly known as 50 Cent, has taken to his social media to share a comic-inspired pic. The rapper, entrepreneur posted a picture of himself dressed in Superman gear with "50 Kent" written in bold font, a play on Superman's name Clark Kent. In the pic, we see 50 Cent with slick combed-back hair, pulling open his formal attire to reveal his Superman abs and prowess while the picture gets a touch of comic book lighting.
"This is how i feel right now, you don’t have to understand i’m getting the job done. #bransoncognac #lecheminduroi: he wrote In the caption on both Instagram and Twitter.
Fans have been quick to comment on his new look, saying "Y u look like James Brown" and "The hair matches you lol." Over on Twitter, a fan said, "50 cent as superman would be an amazing movie to watch," while another wrote, "Dude, if you're the next Superman. I'll watch your movie multiple times, buy an extra movie keep it still in the plastic and watch the second movie till it breaks of watch it to much." One fan posed an important question, "WHAT WOULD HIS KRYPTONITE BE??" Other comments included "You would make a good comic villain." and "50 for President!!!!!!"
Currently, there is no confirmation on why Jackson sees himself as a secret superhero. Although, he did hashtag his Branson Cognac liquor brand and his Le Chemin du Roi (The KINGS Path) champagne which presumably could mean the rapper may be gearing up to further his liquor entrepreneurship or other business projects. Jackson became a minority shareholder in Effen Vodka, a brand of vodka produced in the Netherlands, in 2014 when he invested an undisclosed amount in the company Sire Spirits LLC. He currently endorses the product through both his live concert performances and social media. Additionally, he was asked to take part in two promotional bottle signings, one in Oak Creek and another in Sun Prairie.
In 2015, Jackson made an appearance at Liquor Warehouse in Syracuse, New York, where he reportedly sold 1,400 bottles (277 gallons) of his own signature liquor brand. His Le Chemin du Roi champagne brand was launched in 2018 with a range that is comprised of a brut, rosé and blanc de blancs. Either way, it looks like the businessman has something up his sleeve, or rather, something beneath his human shell that he hasn't unleashed just yet.