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50 Cent thinks he’s immune to cancel culture. The 45-year-old rap star doesn’t think he can be canceled, and he doesn’t care whether people love him or hate him. 50 — whose real name is Curtis Jackson — said: “I’m an entertainer, so to entertain is, I believe, to provoke emotion. “I don’t believe I…

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Even those accustomed to the pettiness of America’s greatest troller believe that 50 Cent crossed the line this time. The rapper’s latest denigration of Black women earned the scorn of celebrities and fans alike. During his interaction with another hater of dark-skinned Black women, Lil Wayne, on the Young Money Radio show, Curtis Jackson went…

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Pop Smoke‘s star-studded posthumous debut album, Shoot For The Stars, Aim For The Moon, has been released. After some controversy surrounding the original artwork for the record, which the late rapper’s manager, Steven Victor, the boss of record label Victor Victor, rectified and changed at the request of his estate, the collection has finally arrived. The…

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Rapper Ja Rule incurred the wrath of arguably the country’s most relentless and ruthless troller when he publicly announced he wanted to engage in an Instagram Live challenge with 50 Cent. For those who aren’t aware, 50 Cent and Ja Rule, both 44 years old, are longtime arch-enemies whose battles on wax and social media…

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50 Cent has vowed to complete late rapper Pop Smoke’s posthumous album. The “In Da Club” hitmaker, who will serve as executive producer, is determined to finish the record and has even reached out to fellow rappers Drake and Roddy Ricch to get them involved. Alongside two snaps of himself outside and inside his private…

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50 Cent has been given a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. The “Candy Shop” hitmaker was honored with his very own star on the famous sidewalk in Los Angeles on Thursday, Jan. 30 2020. And to celebrate the special occasion, his close pal Eminem gave a moving speech in which he dubbed the…

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50 Cent has vowed “not to argue with anyone anymore” in the wake of Kobe Bryant’s passing. The “In Da Club” rapper took to social media to share his sadness at the death of the basketball legend and admits it has made him reevaluate life completely. He wrote on Instagram: “I feel like I have to…

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