Stuntman Ready For Hollywood After 50 Cent Reposts Amazing Clip Of Him Jumping Over Fighter Jet From Top Of Rolls Royce

A Russian stuntman is ready to conquer Hollywood after rapper 50 Cent reposted this clip showing him jumping over a fighter jet while standing on top of a Rolls-Royce as another aircraft flies by over his head.

The viral footage shows Evgeny Chebotarev, from Rostov-on-Don in Russia, crouching on the roof of the luxury motor before leaping over the nose cone of a stopped Mig-29 fighter jet in icy conditions.

He attempts to land back on the roof of the Rolls-Royce with pinpoint precision while a single prop plane flies over his head.

But it all nearly goes terribly wrong when he slips and falls to the ground, expertly rolling to avoid injuring himself.

Despite this, it has notched up over 11 million views online and has even been reposted by the famous rapper 50 Cent, who shared it on his Instagram account and captioned it: “What makes people do shit like this man, WTF LOL”. (sic)

Photo shows stuntman Evgeny Chebotarev from Rostov-na-donu, Russia, undated. Blogger performed another stunt where he is on the roof of a Rolls-Royce car jumping over a passing aeroplane. (@chebotarev_life/Newsflash)

Newsflash spoke to Evgeny in an exclusive interview after 50 Cent shared the footage and the Russian stuntman said: “This video we shot in Moscow region. We rented an aerodrome, they also provided me with a Mig-29 fighter plane, and we shot it in my personal car, which my friend was driving.”

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He reportedly spent RUB 300,000 (GBP 2,600) carrying out the stunt.

And now Evgeny, who has filmed more than 100 stunts, says he is ready to conquer Hollywood with his stunts.

He told Newsflash: “I really aspire to be in films in Hollywood.

American singer posted a stunt stuntman on his social networks, where he rode on the roof of a car and jumped over a plane, Rostov-na-donu, Russia, undated. (Newsflash)

“I also want to become a great stuntman, to do crazy world-class stunts.”

He said that he had received a number of offers to work in America but tactfully added: “At the moment I’m dealing with visa issues.”

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