Last weekend at a New York City radio station concert, 50 Cent allegedly had a hand in an onstage robbery in which hip-hop duo Slowbucks were the victims, with claims that the pair was assaulted and robbed at the rapper’s command.
Imagine you’re wanting to purchase the new 50 Cent album but don’t have the U.S. dollars in your bank account to do so. But hey, there’s that bitcoin you mined a couple months ago. Maybe he’ll take that. Turns out he will.
50 Cent has been making headlines everywhere, thanks to his much talked about pitch at the Mets game last month — but this time, it’s for a new movie project he said he filmed.
In a new interview, 50 Cent admits Beyonce bugged out at him during an event at The Cosmopolitan in Las Vegas.
50 Cent reunited with G-Unit over the weekend for a New York radio festival gig, but the big story is an allegedly robbery the rapper had a hand in, which also took place on stage that same night.
It’s the throw that has been the talk of baseball season. Whether you’re a sports fan or not, 50 Cent’s pitch at the New York Mets game on Tuesday (May 27) at New York’s Citi Field has made headlines. And with good reason; it was nowhere near the plate.
Last week before his show with Floyd Mayweather at the Howard Theater, Troy Ave sat down with WPGC’s Mr. Peter Parker.
50 Cent is not a baseball player. He made that clear last night (May 27) at New York’s Citi Field when he threw out the ceremonial first pitch before the New York Mets played the Pittsburgh Pirates. Well, tried to throw out the first pitch.
From 50 Cent to John Wall, these first pitches left a lot to be desired.
50 Cent is bringing back that gangsta vibe on this new album and the video he dropped today for “Everytime I Come Around” is right on message. In fact, it’s nearly a continuation of his previous video for “Chase the Paper.” Once again he’s outside, there are some tight whips and a ski cap is present and accounted for.