50 Cent's "Den Of Thieves" promotional run continues, and the legendary rapper recently took some time to hit up GQ for an installment of their hilarious "Undercover" series. If you're unaware, the premise is rather simple - celebrities hit up all the major internet platforms, like Twitter, Instagram, and Reddit, where they proceed to answer questions from unaware fans. Since we already know that Fif's Instagram troll-game is nigh-unparalleled, it's no surprise that his foray into the depths of the internet yielded some hilarious results. 

When one Twitter user inquires about what inspired 50's notorious "I love you like a fat kid loves cake" line, the rapper provides a lengthy response. "I want you to see what I'm saying when I say things in my music at points," writes 50. "What I'm trying to say to you is, I love you but too much of you is no good for me. See you ain't think about that like that right? See? Decoding lyrics right here."

Another fan inquires about whether or not we'll ever get a sequel to 50's video game Bulletproof, which dropped on the PS2 back in 2005. And while 50 isn't certain he'll be continuing the Bulletproof franchise per se, he does confirm that he has another video game in the works. "I have a new video game coming shortly," he writes. "I have so many new ideas and concepts that I'm getting ready to start talks to develop." Be sure to catch the whole video, especially if you're a fan of 50 Cent's particular brand of humor.