"Son, come over here for a second. Now tell me, are those Air Jordans?"
Whether Fiddy himself gets in any trouble for this is still unclear. At this point there's no indication that he actually sold the stock, which would leave him in the clear -- there's nothing necessarily illegal with promoting a stock you own. We'll have to wait and see what happens, but the mere thought of 50 Fucking Cent berserking his way through securities law like a madman is awesome enough to savor, just as it is.
But there's another question here, one no one else seems to have picked up on: Has Fiddy done anything like this before? Taking it upon myself to do the hard-nosed reporting the Lamestream media evidently won't, I shifted slightly in my chair and poked through 50's archive of tweets to see what else he'd been up to. The results were both shocking and not at all fabricated.
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