50 Cent may be a rapper, but his financial success is really credited to his businesses outside of Hip Hop. For his latest venture, the Queens MC is seeking African entrepreneurs to help grow his Street King energy beverage.
“Giving back to hungry children with every shot we sell is only part of the story,” says 50 Cent. “I’ve been fortunate enough to travel across Africa, and one thing I’ve learned is that it is filled with vibrant, young entrepreneurs who are eager to cultivate a sustainable business sector that will fuel growth for their future.”
On a recent tour to Kenya, in which he is tracing his ancestral roots, 50 opened his search for distribution partnerships. He has pledged to donate one billion meals to the World Food Program over five years through his Street King venture. In less than a year, about 3.5 million meals have been donated on the company’s behalf.
“I’m giving African entrepreneurs the chance to bring SK to their country,” 50 said in a statement.