It’s a tie-dyed suit and we’re absolutely more than okay with that. We thought we’d prepare you for the shock now. Mr. Cent? You have the floor.
He definitely wears his suits too tight but that’s the only complaint we have. There’s just no reason for 50 Cent to be promoting his work looking like a lawyer. There was a time when most male stars would’ve opted either for the basic blue suit or just show up looking like a slob. We love it when male stars play with the form and the expectations. This is really fun. And the white/cream color scheme in the styling is pretty inspired. The fit could be a little better but the look is fantastic for him.
We, for our parts, would look laughable in this but that’s why stars should just go ahead and dress like stars. Who wants normies on a red carpet?
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