“There ain’t a car I haven’t owned over the years, my car collection is as good as anybody’s out there,” he said. “I would love to work on Top Gear, I could save that show for sure, but it would cost them.”
Ratings dropped to an all-time low of just 1.9million an episode by the end of the series. Since Evans quit, the hunt is now on for a new face for its flagship motoring show – and 50 Cent is up for it.
50 said: “Top Gear was one of the world’s iconic shows and it’s a shame it came to this. The show since the old team left has been unrecognisable and if it don’t get back to where is should be soon then it may never recover. It’s a show you know you can watch any country you are in.”