It’s not clear if 50 Cent has a social media person who posts images and messages for him or if he does it himself, but either way they typically get a lot of attention.
In his latest share, which came on Tuesday, the “Wanksta” rapper posted a photo of a toy elf lying down with two big bulges coming out of its backside There was also a needle in the picture, as well as a can of cake frosting.
It was clearly Fif’s way of saying he’s encountered some women who’ve lied about their bodies being all-natural, only to learn they’ve been surgically enhanced in some areas.
“B-tches be like what, I’m all natural get the strap #lecheminduroi#bellator #bransoncognac,” wrote 50 in the caption.
His followers were definitely entertained.
“I just live for his mess ,” someone commented.
“Instagram needs to kick you off you clowns too much,” another person wrote.
There were also a bunch of people who agreed with 50 that some women aren’t honest about having cosmetic surgery and said they hate butt implants.
“Is it’s bad I want them to all pop simultaneously,” one person wrote.
“Natural is better and healthier,” someone else chimed in. “I dont like anything that’s fake. Period.”
But not everyone was against the fake butt movement. There was one guy who said he’s resigned himself to the way things are.
“But the fake ass starting to outnumber the real ass,” that person wrote. “So sometimes a bro have no choice but to go with the flow.”
Although that person’s sentiment seems to be an exaggeration, butt enhancements have become increasingly in demand over the past few years.
According to a 2015 report from the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, butt implants have become the fastest growing plastic surgery choice among people in the United States.