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John Legend’s Rendition of “21 Questions” Sparks Social Media Commentary

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John Legend recently joined forces with 50 Cent to perform the classic “21 Questions” from Get Rich or Die Tryin’. While Legend is celebrated for his exceptional vocals, social media critics had mixed reactions to his rendition of the 2003 hit. In a clip shared online, 50 Cent hypes up the crowd as Legend delivers the chorus with a distinctive vibrato, deviating from the original version sung by Nate Dogg.

Commenters on social media quickly weighed in on Legend’s creative approach, with some playfully referring to it as the “Gospel version” and joking that they sing it similarly while intoxicated. Despite the teasing, some fans expressed a preference for Legend’s rendition, stating they plan to adopt his style when singing the song.

While Legend’s vocal choices became a focal point, others noticed 50 Cent’s reaction during the performance. Some claimed he looked on the verge of laughter, with speculation that he might playfully tease Legend later. Nevertheless, numerous fans came to Legend’s defense, emphasizing his vocal prowess and praising him for delivering a passionate performance.

Opinions on the performance vary, with some enjoying Legend’s unique take on the song, while others find humor in the unexpected twists. What are your thoughts on John Legend’s rendition of “21 Questions”? Do you think the social media commentary is justified, or do you believe Legend’s approach adds a refreshing twist to the classic hit? Share your opinions in the comments below.

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