Rapper 50 Cent recently took to Instagram to share his feelings about the deadly novel coronavirus which has now made global headlines.
Since the outbreak, social media has been rife with disinformation and panic pertaining to the newly discovered disease. Some ignorant posts have even gone as low as to throw racism toward Chinese people.
Earlier today, 50 Cent posted an Instagram video of his son doing his impression of a Chinese waiter.
Sire Jackson, who’s 50 Cent’s youngest son, can be seen asking “what would you like to order?” in what believes to be a Chinese accent.
Rapper 50 Cent is currently facing backlash after he posted a video of himself shaming an airport employee on Twitter.
After the video was posted, Instagram user Rusty Stone commented that he went to school with the man, who he identified as Andrew Farrell. Stone said that he suffers from “extreme social difficulties.”
A bankruptcy court has asked rapper 50 Cent to explain several pictures he posted on Instagram showing off stacks of cash.
Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson filed for bankruptcy last year after he was ordered to pay $7 million to Lastonia Leviston, rapper Rick Ross’s ex, in a sex tape case and $18 million to the electronics company Sleek Audio after a partnership to produce headphones failed to push through.
Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson recently reported to a Connecticut bankruptcy court that his spending expenses are limited to a paltry $108,000 every month, according to USA Today.
After filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in July, Jackson is now spending a good portion of his time in front of a judge. Despite claiming he makes a monthly income of $185,000 from royalties and investments, Jackson reported that he spends $3,000 on clothes and $5,000 on gardening every month. His 18-room mansion in Hartford, Connecticut costs him $72,000 a month to maintain, and he allegedly owes money to his stylist, barber and fitness coach.
Rapper Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson was called out for throwing wads of cash in a strip club after having filed a petition for bankruptcy earlier this month.
The bankruptcy petition came after Jackson lost two high-stakes lawsuits. One suit was filed by Lastonia Leviston, who claimed the rapper acquired a video she made with her boyfriend, added himself as a crude commentator to it, and then published it online without her consent. The jury ordered the rapper to pay $5 million in damages as a result of the invasion of privacy lawsuit.
While Jackson is probably not situated in the financial position he would hope to be, his fans plan to reposition him at the top.
One week after filing for bankruptcy, 50 Cent testified in a Manhattan Supreme Court on Tuesday morning that he is not as wealthy as he appears to be.
According to Forbes, 50 Cent’s (real name Curtis Jackson) net worth is estimated to be around $155 million. However, Jackson’s lawyer said in court that he’s actually worth $4.4 million.
Last night, 50 Cent responded to the recent negative public criticism of his bankruptcy filing with a hilarious Instagram photo.
Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy yesterday morning despite being lauded for his business prestige earlier this year.
Rapper, actor and entrepreneur 50 Cent filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy today after recently being praised by the New York Times for his business intelligence.
Just last week, the New York Times lauded Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson for his business instincts and labeled him as a Renaissance man — this morning, the CEO of G-Unit Records filed for bankruptcy.
Rapper-turned-businessman 50 Cent is killing it in the entrepreneurial world, and he is ready to listen to your sales pitches.
Get ready for the next generation of social media. Introducing Hang w/, Medl Mobile’s first mobile app that lets you chat and broadcast live 3 minute long videos to your followers and follow celebrities who record their lives in real-time. Since the iPhone app release last spring and the Android release this summer, Hang w/ has been turning heads as the app rocketed past half a million downloads. Not to mention it lets you hang with rapper and entrepreneur Curtis ‘50 Cent’ Jackson. Since September, Hang w/ has been the exclusive live streaming platform for 50 Cent who has released content ranging from new music, music videos, and his daily life. Jackson’s endorsement is only the beginning of this new form of media sharing and the marketing possibilities may be endless. Along with 50 Cent, a quick look at featured users on Hang w/ and you’ll see names like Terrell Owens, Chief Keef, Lily Allen, Timbaland, Kaskade, Vida Guerra, and Cheech and Chong. Since it’s launch, Hang w/ has racked tens of millions of total broadcasts from its users. We were lucky enough to catch up with the team at Hang w/ in an email interview where they share what its like working with 50 Cent, future projects to look out for, and more.