Curtis '50 Cent' Jackson always finds a way to win, and it seems his latest business move will land him another notch in that column.
Music may not be poppinâ for G-Unit boss 50 Cent at the moment, but thatâs not a problem for a true hustler. The Queens, NY rapper, real name Curtis Jackson, will continue to focus his energy on film and TV, and we all know the checks are bigger.
The 38-year-old was sentenced today to three (3) years probation and thirty (30) days of community service. He has also agreed to attend counseling sessions and pay $7,100 in restitution to Daphne.
First Kendrick Lamar claim he runs New York, and now G-Unit boss 50 Cent affirms that he is New York on his latest promotional cut "NY."
Curtis '50 Cent' Jackson shows that he's still hood in the brand new music video "Can't Help Myself (I'm Hood)."
In court documents, 50 claims that the judge didn't allow him to provide witnesses, nor did he review evidence relevant to the case.
50 Cent, real name Curtis Jackson, attended a hearing on Monday, August 5 for domestic violence charges following a heated argument with the mother of his child.
Curtis Jackson has been charged with domestic violence and four counts of vandalism this week after an altercation with a woman...
50 Cent joins Kendrick Lamar on the West Coast for the visual to âWe Up.â Peering out over the Hollywood Hills from a posh mansion, 50 and Lamar are in the company of lounging models; just another day in the life.
Actor/Rapper Curtis â50 Centâ Jackson shows off his acting chops in a new parody video for Jimmy Kimmel Live!.