50 Cent posted a butt-tastic Instagram photo of his ex-girlfriend Chelsea Handler on Thursday, February 25, in honor of her 41st birthday."BUTT ART by @chelseahandler LMAO #EFFENVODKA," the rapper, 40, captioned the revealing snapshot."I don't know if I can handle him, to be honest," the former Chelsea Lately host (whose exes also include Canadian animal trainer Dave Salmoni, NBC chairman Ted Harbert and businessman André Balazs) told Us Weekly at the Comcast TCAs in January 2011.
"I like to have fun, and I'm really trying to not get into anything too serious."She also opened up about the fling during an episode of Oprah's Next Chapter in March 2013.
TV Guide Magazine: Yet you've still had close calls? I was attacked by my male lion back in 1999 when I first started being a trainer.
He has done many shows and owns a production company that adds to the net worth and salary.He has appeared on numerous shows like After the Attack, Into the Lion's Den, Rogue Nature, Expedition Impossible, and Game of Homes. The lover of animal Salmoni began his apprenticeship as an animal trainer at Bowmansville Zoological Park in 1998.A five hundred pound male African lion, Bongo attacked him 1n 1999 during the training.He has hosted and produced several television documentaries, including Living with Tigers, which describes the progress he and John Varty made as part of a controversial Bengal Tiger rewilding project, Into the Lion's Den and Sharks: Are They Hunting Us? He starred in the show Animal Face-Off as a host and expert.He currently hosts and produces the Discovery Channel show Rogue Nature, on Animal Planet.We asked Dave Salmoni, the network's large-predator expert, what motivates people to bring the wild things where they are. Salmoni: What's common among [these people] is that they feel they relate to wildlife.