50 Cent continues to flourish in Hollywood. His television project scored some major wins over the weekend.
Rappers have gotten a bad rap for making bad deals and splurging their millions in earnings away. But not all are like that. We name six who have made smart investments in their careers that have landed them multi-million dollar profits.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, the "Pursuit of Happiness" MC will star in the upcoming film, X, written and directed by horror guru Ti West. The details surrounding the plot are currently limited, but the details available to the public reveals that the premise is based on the making of an adult film, noting that production will soon begin in New Zealand.
COVID-19 is still a problem, but you didn't see any indication of that in Florida over the weekend. Celebrities and fans flocked to the state that is the official home heada** behavior to partake in festivities that usually accompany the Super Bowl.
Kid Cudi continues to evolve his brand in and out of the board room. The "Make Her Say" rapper has announced that he and 50 Cent are working on a project together.
Truth be told, we don't care what Buck's sexual preference is because it's really none of our business, but 50 Cent obviously isn't about to give Buck a pass and will use whatever defaming material he can to tease and bully Buck any chance he gets.
While his music efforts might not hit as they used to there is no denying 50 Cent’s eye for pettiness. He recently got a good laugh at the expense pedestrian with blinders on.
Former G-Unit rapper Young Buck explains in detail what happened during his infamous encounter with a trans woman from that much-forgotten sex scandal in 2019. Was this part of his New Years' resolution?
It seems the public rushed to judgement on Young Buck. He is now clearing the air regarding his tumultuous ride with his former crew.
It seems disrespect dies hard with Rick Ross. Rozay recently made it clear that he is still not checking for one of his former foes.
While she has some pretty pointed lines aimed at the like of Tory Lanez, Lizzo and Megan Thee Stallion, CupCakKe insists she has no beef to cook with anyone mentioned on the cut and "it's all love."
In a socially-distanced interview with the LA Leakers, the Compton rapper says that the former foes have buried the hatchet.