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HOW BAD IS THE ECONOMY? Well 50 Cent is Charging $100 to Shovel Your Driveway This Winter

Rap Artist and Chelsea Handler fornicator 50 Cent, is spending his Snowpocalypse shoveling out his neighbor’s driveways for $100 and tweeting about it like it’s the most interesting thing in the world.

Which just goes to show you that Twitter really is a waste of time.

Think I’m kidding?

Here’s one of the tweets he posted:

this snow moving business is just to see if laws apply to every business. After the first job I got 4 more now I have 3 kid I hired (for more amazing posts click here).

Great. You’re hiring children to do a job that you decided to take on, but are too lazy to actually do. Thanks for letting me know.

But perhaps I am just being jealous that 50 is able to get $100 a driveway. I, myself, had to shovel a drive (that’s on a hill mind you) for free, while my husband snoozed away the day and frankly, after having spent three hours out in the cold, I probably would have chucked fistfuls of cash at a Rapper if one happened to come to my home like a twelve year old boy looking for work.

So, I digress, sir. May your business venture bring you untold riches.

But the tweeting still annoys me.

source: Vulture

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