• 50 Cent was in Washington
  • He stopped by the Capitol
  • THIS was his controversial visit

In an unexpected twist that has everyone talking, the multi-platinum rapper 50 Cent, made a headline-grabbing visit to Capitol Hill this Wednesday. But it wasn't his advocacy for black entrepreneurs in the liquor industry that caught the public's eye—it was his cozy photo with the controversial Republican Rep. Lauren Boebert that set the internet ablaze!

A Picture Worth a Thousand Words

Posing in the White House, 50 Cent had his arm around Boebert’s waist, captioning the moment with a cheeky: "Lauren Boebert, Colorado Republican making the white house [sic] look good," complete with a winky face emoji.

This unexpected alliance between the "In da Club" singer and the Republican representative had X users in a frenzy, with comments flying left and right, poking fun and questioning the nature of their meeting.

The comment section quickly turned into a reminder of Boebert’s infamous Denver theater date, where she and a Democrat were kicked out for inappropriate behavior.

50 Cent, whose real name is Curtis Jackson, addressed the comments on X hours later.

"Wait, wait, guys I took pictures with everyone and all you seem to care about is Lauren," he tweeted. "What did she do in a dark theater that hasn’t been done, my God ! Hey I don’t have chlamydia by the way. LOL."

The hit master did share several more photos with politicians from both parties on X as he visited DC to advocate for more black entrepreneurs in the liquor industry.

Despite the social media storm, 50 Cent's visit had a serious purpose. Joined by the esteemed civil rights attorney Ben Crump, he was there to push for greater representation of black entrepreneurs in the liquor industry. Sharing photos with influential figures like Rep. Nancy Pelosi and Rep. Joyce Beatty, 50 Cent showcased his commitment to making a difference.

Boebert shared a photo of herself and 50 Cent on her own X page as well.

"I’d still love you if you flipped burgers at Burger King," she tweeted. "@50Cent, I used to do that myself! Thanks for the photo, great to meet you!"

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Adding a personal touch to the saga, Boebert shared the photo on her own X page, with a heartwarming tweet: “I’d still love you if you flipped burgers at Burger King,” revealing her own humble beginnings. This unexpected exchange between the rapper and the representative has certainly given people plenty to talk about!