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50 Cent Gets a Mix-Up With Chace Crawford's Crowd

February 3, 2010 (9:08 am) GMT
The rapper/actor has made a fool of himself after learning a huge crowd of female fans were screaming for his 'Twelve' co-star, Chace Crawford.

Rapper-turned-actor was given a reality check on the set of his new movie "" after realizing the female fans gathered outside his trailer weren't screaming for him - they were cheering for his co-star . The "In da Club" hitmaker, real name Curtis Jackson, appears alongside , , and the "" hunk in the Joel Schumacher drama about a young drug dealer and his struggles.

The hip-hop superstar assumed the crowds of fans waiting on set were there to welcome him on his first day of shooting - but was forced to check his ego when he saw who they were really going crazy for. He tells the New York Daily News, "I made a fool of myself the first day of shooting. I got to my trailer and saw this huge crowd of girls screaming. I stopped and was kind of having a moment. Then I turned around, and Chace was behind me, and that's who they were freaking out for."

50 Cent insists he was not annoyed by the mix-up, but jokes, "I remember thinking, 'What kind of bulls**t is this?!' " But the rapper has no reason to complain - "Twelve", which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in Utah in January, has been bought for distribution by media firm Hannover House for a reported $2 million.


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