A clever hacker changed Rawse’s avatar and background to 50 Cent icons and wallpaper and posed as the G-Unit general.
Last night, a 50 Cent impersonator hacked into Rick Ross’ Twitter account (@rickyrozay), changing the background, name and profile picture to that of Fif’s page and posing as the G-Unit leader.
The updates began last night with a tweet stating,
“I want to impact peoples lives more. I created a new goal for my self, I want to feed a billion people in africa over the next 5 years.” For the next two hours, the 50 Cent impersonator interacted with fans, tweeted at Shawty Lo and telling aspiring rappers to call G-Unit and ask for Dr. Dre.
After inflicting the damage, the hacker said that it had been an “entertaining social experiment” and that
“if you think 50 Cent really has the mental capacity and/or time to hack a Twitter account, you’re even more gullible.”
People here have a fair shot they don’t have water RT @SamRothstein@50cent What about feeding people in your hometown of NY or other states?
…about two rap heavyweights in their own right that don’t give a FUCK about none of y’all. Jesus wept. This is what the world has come to.
Go outside, read a book, hell watch an educational channel or two but when your life revolves around two celebrities, that’s very telling.
This has been an entertaining social experiment. You all took the bait, got riled up and for what? To retweet and get up in arms…