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50 Cent's family 'traumatised' by his manhood

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50 Cent's family 'traumatised' by his manhood

50 Cent's family were left "traumatised" after seeing his manhood on his TV series 'Power'.

The 41-year-old star's piece was featured on the US crime drama show in one scene where his character Kanan is pleasuring himself - but his auntie wished her nephew had warned her before his member popped up on screen while she was watching an episode.

The rapper - whose real name is Curtis Jackson - said: "My aunt sees the show, and she's like, 'I'm traumatised!'.

"She texted me like, 'What the f**k? Why didn't you tell me?' "

The star was aware his manhood was going to feature on the show in some capacity but thought it would hardly be visible.

Speaking on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!', he said: "I knew it was there, but in the original clips, it was darker. It wasn't on, like, a big screen, like a life-sized version.

"It wasn't like, an accident. Courtney was like, 'I didn't want to show it to you in the beginning because I didn't think you needed to see it at that point ... You just gotta take one for the team.' "

50 Cent's comments come after he posted an Instagram messaged demanding the show's creator, Courtney Kemp Agboh, call him after he saw the episode and himself in all his glory.

He wrote: "Man I just saw episode 4, of POWER.

"Courtney I'm a kill you, this is not funny . I think I just saw my [eggplant emoji] in a scene. What the f**k Courtney call my phone NOW!!! (sic)"

The show, which 50 also produces, tells the story of main character Ghost - played by Omari Hardwick - who owns a popular New York nightclub but is also heavily involved in one of the city's biggest illegal drugs networks.