We Can’t Bring You Anywhere, 50 Cent

50 Cent’s new album “Street King Immortal” was set to be released tomorrow after several setbacks in 2012, but it seems that it has been pushed back once again to a tentative release date of “whenever the f*ck it happens”. This is worth mentioning because aside from beefing with Floyd Mayweather Jr. and starring in crappy energy shot commercials with Joan Rivers, I can’t figure out why the hell 50 Cent is being invited to huge events like the Daytona 500, but sure enough he was there yesterday and he was as poignant as ever.

Mr. Cent started his day by Tweeting that he couldn’t find any black people at the race, and everyone laughed because that joke is fresh. But to his credit, he at least set the race as a top priority, and he made that perfectly clear to his biggest fans…

Of course, the big news regarding 50 Cent’s presence was his meeting with Erin Andrews and the subsequent failed kiss heard around the world.

And in case you need that in GIF form:

A lot of people were outraged at 50 Cent for trying to steal a kiss from Andrews, but he clearly didn’t and still doesn’t care:

Look, I’m not going to pretend like what 50 Cent was cool or acceptable, because it’s not. I don’t care if he’s the President, Jimmie Johnson or even still a relevant rapper, he’s an adult at the Super Bowl of Motor Sports representing his brands. He should act like it. However, as someone who once forgot to cover an entire half of a college football game because I was too busy following Andrews around the sidelines of Williams-Brice Stadium, I’m hardly one to judge.

But remember, it could always be worse.