VIDEO: 50 Cent Joins Chelsea Handler’s Book Club?

Chelsea Handler is not one to be shy, and on Tuesday night, she addressed rumors of a love connection with 50 Cent by having the rapper/actor on her Chelsea Lately show.

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The late night comedienne and the rapper were recently seen having lunch together in Malibu, once again sparking rumors that the two are a couple.
The pair first hit headlines after getting cozy at a club in New Orleans in early October.  At the time, Chelsea ‘pooh poohed’ the romantic reports via
Twitter: “Everyone, calm down. I met with Mr. Cent about a potential project. There’s nothing to report yet, I’ll let you know if there is.”

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Once again, Chelsea neither denied or confirmed her involvement with the Candy Shop rap artist on her late show Tuesday.  “There are all sorts of rumors going around about myself and a certain rapper with a number in his name,” said the best-selling author who then tossed to a funny skit with the Chelsea Lately staff.  In the skit, the staff meets at their Chelsea Lately Staff Book club to discuss 50 Cent’s autobiography.  They poke fun at his drug-dealing days and discussed the meaning behind his lyrics to the hit song Candy Shop in reference to Chelsea and a lollipop.

Near the end of the skit, 50 Cent walks out lifting his shirt, pretending to pull a gun when one of the staff members drops to the floor and tosses her purse to 50 Cent in fear.   50 Cent then says he “just came to be part of the book club” and takes a seat.  Another female staff sits on his lap prompting another  staffer to ask whether it’s appropriate given the relationship with Chelsea.  She replies: “It’s just a rumor right now.”

PHOTOS: 50 Cent Gets Dressed Up

As usual, Chelsea leaves everyone wondering if the rumors are true.

 

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