50 Cent makes fun of disabled teen he thinks is on drugs

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CINCINNATI, OH -  Maybe he should just stick to busting rhymes about clubs, instead of busting chops. G-Unit rapper 50 Cent is catching heat, after he posted a video of himself berating a teen he thought was high on drugs. Turns out, the young man was actually disabled and suffers from social anxiety. 50 on the video says, "What's your name? Look at him. Look at this. What kind of (beep) you think he took before he got to work today?"

Andrew Farrell, 19, is the teen getting a bad rap in the video. Farrell is seen just minding his own business, working as a janitor at the Cincinnati / North Kentucky International Airport. 50 Cent, who was traveling that day, took the time to bully him a bit. "He high as (beep) right here in the airport", says 50 Cent looking at Andrew.

Needless to say, Farrell's family think 50 ain't worth a dime. Kent Farrell; Andrew's father says, "To put this out there saying my son is on drugs or whatever, that is part of his social anxiety. He's not wanting to talk, he's not wanting to communicate. He's walking on, he's doing his job." The vicious video was yanked off 50's twitter page, but not before it went viral.

This isn't the only time mouthing off got this famous rapper into trouble. A few years back, Mr. Cent apologized for "insensitive" tweets about autism. Now Andrew's mother wants to give 50 her two cents, "I think he needs to retract it and I would like for him to make a public apology."

Now we wait to see if 50 is 100 percent, or if he's just chump change.


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