50 Cent blames woeful first pitch on chronic masturbation injury

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50 Cent's god awful first pitch should still be fresh in all of your minds, i mean one doesn't jsut forget a moment of utter calamity like that in a rush. Well now we have an answer from the rapper on just why his throw was so off target; chronic masturbation.

Yeah you read that right. During his recent Reddit AMA, the G-Unit member was asked about the woeful throw. He could have suggested the ball slipped from sweaty palms, or perhaps it was just a bad throw.

But nope, 50 blamed the wayward throw was on a skeletal muscle injury in his left shoulder which he suffered from chronic masturbation. He actually said that.

I'd rather people thought i just can't throw rather than excessively spanking the monkey to such a level that it causes wear and tear to the shoulder. Like that is an injury suffered from long term tugging, a quite remarkable claim that surely had his PR people reeling for quite some time.

I can't wait for the next excuse.

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