"Sickens me," one person wrote about the celebs performing and partying over Super Bowl weekend.
The rapper opens up about going on the offensive after Oprah made it clear she wasn't a fan of his lyrics and wouldn't have him on her show.
Few hip hop feuds are as long-running, or exasperating, as the ongoing rivalry between 50 Cent and Ja Rule. Ja Rule couldn’t help but lash out, and since then things have been more tense than ever, with their back-and-forths on social media serving as a by-product of a dispute that began in the streets. Most recently, 50 Cent decided to try and troll Ja Rule by purchasing 200 tickets to his forthcoming show in Las Vegas, for a total of around $3,000 – and leave the seats empty.
50 Cent has deleted an Instagram post where he mocked actor Terry Crews for being a survivor of sexual assault following a fierce backlash. Crews, a proud feminist and supporter of the #MeToo movement, recently explained why he did not fight back against the man he accused of sexually assaulting him. In an emotional testimony before a US Senate committee, Crews testified in favour of proposed legislation known as the Sexual Assault Survivors Bill of Rights.
X Factor hopeful Honey G, who hails from North Weezy (aka north west London), has received support from another celebrity fan across the pond. Like many controversial hip-hop artists, the budding rapper has divided the nation, but now talk has turned transatlantic, as American rapper 50 Cent has waded into the scandalous storm to defend the talent show star.
After filing for bankruptcy earlier this year, something he described as a ‘strategic business move’, 50 Cent looks to be moving onto pastures new in Africa.
Despite having a successful music career and multiple business ventures, the Candy Shop singer is having to make some tough decisions following meetings with his creditors. According to TMZ, 50 Cent - whose real name is Curtis James Jackson III - is currently spending $72,000 a month just maintaining the property.
After declaring himself bankrupt last month, 50 Cent has been revealing his expenses in a bankruptcy court - and with the $5000 he spends on his garden every month, it seems he might just be America’s answer to Alan Titchmarsh. According to The Associated Press, 50 Cent has revealed that his outgoings total $108K-a-month (roughly £69,250), which includes $72,000 (£46,153) to maintain his Connecticut mansion and a casual $5000 (£3200) spent on gardening. Fiddy ‘Green Fingers’ Cent’s house contains 50 rooms, its own private casino, a basketball court and nine kitchens.
50 Cent may not have 25 cents to rub together these days, but he did manage to rummage around the back of the sofa and find $40 to enrol himself in debt school. The two-part online course involved the native New Yorker taking a 90-minute credit counselling session and a two hour ‘debtor education’ class. According to the Daily Mail Online, the spendthrity Fiddy was ordered to enrol on the debt counselling course with a financial adviser after he filed for bankruptcy.
If you’ve somehow managed to miss the news, 50 Cent has filed for bankruptcy just days after losing a $5 million lawsuit that revolved around publishing someone’s sex tape without their permission.
50 Cent has reportedly filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection just days after losing a $5m (£3.2m) lawsuit. 50 Cent, real name Curtis Jackson III, filed the papers with the US bankruptcy court in Hartford, Connecticut on Monday, with the Wall Street Journal reporting that he claims his assets are worth between $10-50 million (£6.5m- £32m).