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Video: 50 Cent Performs With YouTube Star Keenan Cahill

Rapper makes surprise appearance on video aired on 'Chelsea Lately'

November 9, 2010 3:23 PM ET

Chelsea Lately aired a video of YouTube lip-synching star Keenan Cahill performing 50 Cent's collaboration with Jeremih, "Down on Me"—and then 50 Cent surprised viewers by popping out of a closet on the video and joining starting to rap with Cahill.

In the video — the full version of which is shown here — the MC drops to his knees (so he and his diminutive collaborator both fit in the frame) and the two finish the song together, doing some synchronized dance moves and finishing with 50 putting a diamond-laden necklace around Cahill's neck.

Handler and 50 are reportedly dating.

Watch 50 Cent Duet With a 15-Year-Old Lipdub Star [Vulture]

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