The Mets are ready to grant 50 Cent another chance at throwing out the first pitch.
In 2014, the Queens native was scheduled to throw out the first pitch. 50 Cent very loosely performed the act of throwing a pitch and his pitching ability became a laughing stock on social media, because the internet is forever.
On Monday, 50 Cent reflected on that moment with Newsday's Neil Best. He was able to joke about himself.
"Listen, no one warned me," 50 Cent told Best. "No one said: 'Risk versus reward!' I would have kept my [expletive] in the stands. This is never going away."
"I had no idea that throwing a bad pitch would be so big. It was coming across CNN! ESPN, CNN, I was like, whoa, not the way I want things out here at the moment when I'm getting ready to run this music and I'm on CNN and it looks like my arm's broken. I'm like, 'What the [expletive] happened to me?'
50 Cent just wants another chance.
"I have to redeem myself at some point," 50 Cent said. "Maybe if I get out there and throw a really good pitch they'll let me go a little bit."
And the Mets listened.
Whenever club and rapper finalize the date, mark your calendars.