50 Cent Responds To Brian Robinson Jr. Makes Nfl Debut To “MANY MEN” After Being Shot
50 Cent is soaking up one of the NFL’s most motivational tales of the year so far. On Sunday, October 9, the Washington Commanders were defeated by the Tennessee Titans, but running back Brian Robinson Jr. stole the show by making his debut only six weeks after being shot twice in late August.
The Alabama rookie made an impressive debut to the home fans to the tune of 50 Cent’s “Many Men,” which has since gone viral on social media.
“That shit ain’t stop nothing, when God has larger plans it’s just a bump in the road,” 50 wrote on Instagram after the game in praise of Robinson Jr. @b.robinson 4 is back in action immediately away.
The 23-year-old rookie ended his first game with nine carries for 22 yards, helping the Titans defeat the Commanders 21-17.
On August 28, Robinson Jr. was wounded twice in the leg during a robbery in Washington, D.C. After a strong training camp, the team’s third-round draft pick running back, who was anticipated to start, was getting something to eat when two armed youngsters approached him.
He managed to repel one attacker before being shot by the next, who hit his right knee with the projectile. Fortunately, all of his bones and ligaments were unharmed. Robinson Jr. underwent emergency surgery the next day after being taken to the hospital by ambulance.
When asked about the incident last week, he said, “That was probably the lowest time I’ve ever been in my life.”
Meanwhile, 50 Cent’s growing rap career was momentarily derailed in 2000 when he was shot nine times in front of his grandmother’s home in Queens, New York. With his 9x platinum debut album Get Rich or Die Tryin’, which features “Many Men,” the G-Unit ruler made a comeback three years later.
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