50 Cent Gives New Meaning to 'Da Bomb'
Report; Posted on: 2005-11-13 16:33:39

Wiggers stay away from violent movie in droves in wake of shooting

So-called "wiggers" -- delusional suburban White youth who imitate violent Black ghetto speech, clothing and mannerisms -- may be influencing the freefall of box-office ratings for a new rap culture film, say some observers of the grotesque media-driven fad. Showings of the movie, "Get Rich or Die Tryin'," have been avoided by wiggers, since Black male Shelton Flowers was blasted with multiple gunshots at a Pittsburgh screening on November 10 (2005), a mere day after the film's release. Flowers died soon after, and the theater chain involved in the incident pulled the film amid fears of further Black violence. As a result of the publicity the film faced a derisory reception at the box office on the first weekend of its release, grossing a mere $13.8 million -- far below industry expectations -- and settling in fourth place behind leader “Chicken Little,” which, presumably, the wiggers, whose income drives the rap music scene, chose to see instead.

The pathetic result will surely injure the fragile ego of "star" 50 Cent, whose name is derived from a ghetto kabala system popular with the so-called 5% Nation of Gods and Earths, a cult which believes that Black males are literally gods.

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