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50 Cent Throws Out Worst First Pitch Ever [Video]

Rapper Curtis Jackson, more commonly known as 50 Cent, threw out the first pitch before the Mets game Tuesday night. It’s hard to make the Mets look good, but Jackson’s pitch was so horrendous, it made Mike Torrez seem like a decent player. Okay, maybe I’m getting a little carried away.

When it comes to ceremonial first pitches, Curtis now finds himself sharing company with Carl Lewis, Mariah Carey, Barack Obama, Adam Carolla, and John Wall.

As a Mets fan I have to point out the elephant in the room. 50 Cent reps Yankees gear 24/7. He’ll wear a Yankees hat while performing for a sold-out arena. He’ll don Yankees swag when making promotional appearances. The second he puts on Mets gear he throws out an astrocity of a pitch. (And this is coming from a guy who isn’t exactly an athlete)

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