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November 14, 2019

50 Cent Misspells Melbourne in Tweet after Performing at RNB Fridays Live Concert in Australia

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Hip hop legend, 50 Cent made an embarrassing social media flub, following his Down Under Tour performance in Melbourne, Australia.

American rapper, 50 Cent gave an outstanding performance at the Marvel Stadium in Melbourne, as he stormed the stage with his best hits, thrilling millions of fans who were present to witness this year’s RNB Fridays Live tour in one of the five host states. 

0 Cent performs during RNB Fridays Live 2019 at HBF Park on November 8, 2019 | Photo: Getty Images

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JUST A SLIGHT GOOF

After wowing his audience in the Australian city, the rap mogul took the heat online to live up the moment, but it backfired on him thanks to a spelling fluff. He shared on Twitter:

“Melborn, Australia was live. I had a ball. POWER #1.”

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Fans immediately noticed the misspelled Victorian city and were quick to point out the blunder. One fan tweeted:

“Lol, you meant Melbourne.”

“People are complaining that you spelled Melbourne wrong,” another wrote.

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Some fans also used the avenue to poke fun at the “Get Rich Or Die Trying” rapper, imitating his spelling of the word. A comment read:

“Melborn loved your jelly.”

The social media blunder has since amassed several likes and retweets, with over thirty-five thousand views on the accompanying video clip.

Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson at STARZ' "Power" season 6 Mid-Season Finale on October 30, 2019 | Photo: Getty Images

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THE RNB FRIDAYS LIVE TOUR

The 44-year old’s post was accompanied by a video excerpt from the weekend night’s tour in Melbourne, which showed moments from the artist’s stage jam at the RNB Fridays Live, alongside Tony Yayo and Uncle Murda.

For the event, the rap lord donned a light blue jacket over a skin fit shirt, while flaunting his signature gold and diamond accessories, with a black baseball cap to go.

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In addition to the hip hop legend, the five-stop Australian tour, which was slated to hold in cities like Perth, Melbourne, Adelaide, Sydney and Brisbane, also featured stars like Jason Derulo, Brandy, Janet Jackson and Fatman Scoop.

FANS APPRECIATED THE LEGENDARY HIP HOP ARTIST

Despite the online lashing by some fans, other followers of the “Power” star sent accolades to the legend, while congratulating him on his groundbreaking Melbourne live performance.

“It’s amazing to watch the arc of an artist’s career. To see it continue to climb after years in the game is proof that the artist’s success predicated on hard work and sacrifice.”

Apparently, it takes more than just a slip to beatdown a beloved star.

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