AceShowbiz - Oprah Winfrey had a rather embarrassing and painful experience during her wellness tour stop in Los Angeles as she tumbled onstage while discussing the importance of balance in life. As the video of the incident went viral, 50 Cent apparently caught wind of it and quickly took to his Instagram account to laugh at the TV personality's expense.
"what the f**k happen here," so the "Power" star and co-creator wrote alongside a video of Oprah falling on the stage in front of the audience at Oprah's "2020 Vision: Your Life in Focus". "michael jackson's ghost trip her," he added, taking a jab at Oprah, who previously received huge backlash for participating in HBO's "Leaving Neverland" in which she appeared to side with MJ accusers.
"wellness to me means all things in balance. LOL," Fofty added in the comment section, quoting what Oprah said before literally losing her balance and falling on the ground at the Saturday, February 29 event.
Fiddy's post gained attention from fellow hip-hop musicians including Snoop Dogg. Snoop, who just ended his drama with Gayle King over her question about late Kobe Bryant in an interview, joked, "Micheal and kobe blew a gust of wind balance."
This arrives after Oprah addressed her tumble, hinting that she had fully accepted the fact that the viral moment had become a meme. During a backstage chat with her best pal, newswoman Gayle, which Oprah later shared on her Instagram Story timeline, the 66-year-old said, "I didn't even think (about how it would be) embarrassing. I just thought, 'OK, I fell, everybody knows what falling is.' You would prefer not to fall. My thing was, 'I'm falling, I can't get up!' "
"I thought this was a great day in spite of the fall, which now becomes a meme, I know," she continued saying in a separate video post. "I picked myself up. I don't know if there was something on the floor or my foot twisted or what. I had that indication I was gonna fall before, and then, it just is what it is...."
Meanwhile, this is not the first time for Fofty to come at Oprah. The former called her out back in December, accusing her of only going after black men who were accused of sexual assault. "I don't understand why Oprah is going after black men," 50 wrote on Instagram at the time. "No Harvey Weinstein, No [Jeffrey] Epstein, just Micheal jackson and Russell Simmons this s**t is sad."