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50 Cent spends fortune buying his champagne brand for luxury restaurant

The rapper also performed a surprise set near the eatery
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50 Cent (Photo credit: Bang Media)

50 Cent reportedly splurged tens of thousands of dollars buying his Le Chemin du Roi champagne for a Memorial Day crowd at a luxury restaurant.

The rapper — whose real name is Curtis James Jackson III — is said to have been at Sí Sí Mediterranean Restaurant in East Hampton, New York over the holiday weekend when he decided to treat his fellow diners.

Page Six reports he “arrived without a reservation and immediately decided to begin sharing the [champagne].”

The outlet added a source said the “In Da Club” performer “was in great spirits, surrounded by the Hamptons ladies.”

He had performed for a crowd at Surf Lodge in Montauk, New York on May 25 in front of guests including newlyweds Millie Bobby Brown and Jake Bongiovi, as well as actor Liev Schreiber, restaurateurs Rich Torrisi and Mario Carbone and newly single Sports Illustrated Swimsuit cover model Brooks Nader.

Page Six added Cent’s bubbly brand was also “flowing during his surprise set.”

Cent lived it up after vowing to stop trolling scandal-ridden Sean “Diddy” Combs over his sexual abuse lawsuits because he fears the rapper may take his life.

Cent has spent months mocking Combs after he was hit with a string of legal filings from late 2023 from women accusing him of crimes ranging from sex trafficking to sexual assault — all of which Combs denies.

Following the news earlier this month Combs was facing yet another sexual assault lawsuit, Cent reposted a screenshot of a report about the latest case on his Instagram.

“Got damn boy another one. This my last puffy post; I think he might kill himself. I don’t want no parts of that,” he captioned the post.

Combs — who recently apologized after footage emerged from 2016 showing him beating his then-girlfriend Cassie Ventura — denies all wrongdoing in the face of the string of cases he’s facing.

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