50 Cent
Rapper 50 Cent, whose real name is Curtis James Jackson III, testifies in a lawsuit for a sex tape that was posted online at New York State Supreme Court in Manhattan, New York July 21, 2015. Reuters/Jefferson Siegel

The first yoga class of Eminem’s protégé 50 Cent turned out to be a rude awakening. Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson seems to have learned about the underlying truth behind the real yoga and finds the practice to be highly deceptive and difficult.

A couple of months back the singer had posted a video of himself on Instagram claiming about his misunderstood notions on yoga. The singer was not at all pleased with the high temperature prevalent in the room. He had even criticized the room in which it was being practiced because it had a number of women in it.


_i don't know what I thought Yoga was gonna feel like, LMAO_#FRIGO

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50 Cent was quoted saying, “ It was all girls! There was probably two guys including myself and I was like “What the f**k?” The stupefied rapper further mentioned, “I didn’t know what it was gonna be…I must have thought I was gonna do a couple of stretches”

With his wet mattress after the first class it was highly doubtful as to whether the rapper would return to the practice room ever again.

According to People, Thursday’s episode of “Harry” witnessed the rapper opening up about his views on Yoga. “Power” actor 50 cent confessed that to him yoga seemed to be a deceptively difficult practice to perform.

Eminem’s protégé Curtis James Jackson III, popularly known as 50 Cent, criticised the Hollywood Foreign Press Association for not including “Power” in the Golden Globe nominations. Recently, the rapper posted that he would be quitting the show.

While talking to Harry Connick Jr. he said, “ I didn’t know what I thought I was going to do. You know, you go to yoga. I thought I was going to stretch in a sauna, just stretch and have a good time”

The rapper further went on to confess, “It started out good and then the ladies started going faster and faster. It was difficult moves for you to put your body in different spaces and I was like, ‘what?’ and I’m looking around to see if other people are having the same experience. I ended up in a class that was a little to advanced for me.”

50 Cent confessed that he had overestimated his fitness before he signed in for the task.