The rapper discussed his new venture in promoting high-profile boxing matches and how he tried to offer words of wisdom to beleaguered Chicago rapper, Chief Keef.
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50 Cent showed off a high-flying performance on Saturday (December 9) night with his debut as a boxing promoter.
50 Cent’s new single, “My Life,” is tearing up the charts showing why life is still good for the G-Unit head. But he recently explained how the process of gathering Adam Levine and Eminem for the track nearly flatlined the song.
While 50 Cent has been beefing with French Montana, he’s been brewing another drama behind the scenes. He’s set to executive produce a new TV drama called Power for Starz.
“It’s amazing that later in your life you can find someone that means so much to the comfort in your actual life. My grandparents were that for me before Em.”