May 27, 2014; New York, NY, USA; New York Mets starting pitcher Jonathon Niese (49) looks on as recording artist 50 Cent throws out the ceremonial first pitch prior to the game against the Pittsburgh Pirates at Citi Field. Mandatory Credit: William Perlman/THE STAR-LEDGER via USA TODAY Sports

Vladimir Guerrero hits 50 Cent's awful first pitch (Video)

The world was treated to some hilarity when rapper 50 Cent threw out an awful first pitch prior to a New York Mets game last week that had some speculating whether it was a publicity stunt considering his album was set to drop shortly thereafter.

Nevertheless, whether it was an intentional bad pitch or Curtis Jackson is really just that uncoordinated and he couldn’t deliver a tiny baseball a mere 60 feet, six inches within the general vicinity of the plate does not matter any more after what MLB Fan Cave created today.

They put Vladimiro Guerrero, a notorious bad-ball swinger who could hack away at a pitch three feet out of the strike zone and still manage to lift the ball into the outdield, in the video below taking a swing at 50′s first pitch.

Pretty hilarious if you ask me.

Here is a graphic showing the first pitch by the artist behind such classics like “In da Club, “P.I.M.P” and “Candy Shop” threw the worst first pitch in the history of first pitches, so at least he’s got that goin’ for him.

The pitch was so bad that police pulled him over just for the sole purpose of making fun of the dude who embarrassed himself in front of thousands of people at Citi Field, but then again it wasn’t anything that Mets players haven’t been doing for the better part of the last half century.

[h/t Dayn Perry from Eye on Baseball for bringing this genius creation from MLB Fan Cave to our attention.]

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