FLINT, Michigan - Rapper 50 Cent
was booted from the Character Inn
recently after a very brief stay. After a grueling concert schedule, 50 Cent and his posse were ready for rest and relaxation but instead they got the ole heave ho. Realizing that the Character Inn has high standards and is a alcohol and cigarette smoke free Inn, 50 Cent didn't realize that this also included weed free. This was an aroma never smelled before in the Character Inn and since it wasn't tobacco smoke, it wasn't detected until some staff started complaining of feeling a little too good, kind of like a contact high, or the high received by Mr. Gothard's the little back box
When Fifty and his crew first arrived, the iPod-clad hip hopsters' music selections was "deceitfully shielded due to their headphones," said hotel manager, Ken Pierpont. But evil was at work, and it wasn't long before a dark spirit descended upon the Character Inn, all due to the evil rhythms emanating from the personal head phones. The senior staff of the Character Inn emphasizes that only melodious music is allowed to be played at the Inn, and certainly no music that is loud, distracting or unsettling. "Music is designed to lift one's spirits and be encouraging," Ken relayed to Fifty. "However, we are very concerned with exactly what spirit is being uplifted here."
The last straw occurred when Fifty and his guests were shown to their rooms, and were told of the Inn's strict rules regarding members of the opposite sex staying in their rooms. Even though the rules of the Inn were carefully explained to Fifty, when he started to use the Inn's phones to arrange a booty call he got the boot instead. Fifty and his posse were not charged for their brief stay and Fifty also received a free copy of Hymns Triumphant as a parting gift.
As Ken explained, "You either listen to the music we approve of, and be a standard bearer of the morals and character of The Character Inn, or you will be asked to leave. Just last week we unfortunately had to ask Sandi Patti to leave due to her divorce and her ungodly association with the Contemporary Christian Music scene."