50 Cent has been shot, sued, and beefed with some of the biggest rappers of his day. The rapper explains how he lives so fearless.
In a recent promo video for 50 Cent's new show, "50 Central" on BET Network, he snapped on his writing staff for giving him bad suggestions.
Since the beginning, 50 has garnered the respect of CEOs and gangsters alike, and there is no one better on the block or in the boardroom to collaborate with.
In between 50 Cent's shots at rappers Meek Mill, Rick Ross and Diddy, something interesting is happening. The rapper, who is in partnership with EFFEN Vodka and all of those disses are helping the brand’s sales soar through the roof...
50 Cent recently filed a lawsuit against his antagonist Rick Ross, over a remix featured on Ross’ “The Renzel Remixes” mixtape. The claim may seem like part of the battle in 50’s larger war with Rick Ross, but there’s more to it. Legally because 50 owns the “50 Cent” trademark, he has a responsibility to defend its misuse. If the rapper did not defend the trademark he could be accused of “Naked Licensing.”
Having to pay off a $28.5 million judgment is a huge task, but as you will see below, fighting the judgements is costing 50 Cent a pretty penny as well. Accountants for the bankruptcy law firm Zeisler & Zeisler are overseeing some of the financial aspects of 50's bankruptcy. The firm recently submitted their invoices to the court in regards to the ongoing case.
50 Cent just filed a motion to restrict public access to his business contracts and investment agreements, about his ongoing bankruptcy case.
Nestled in between the disses of Rick Ross (and now Vivica Fox) are pictures of 50 showing off a bottle of the world's most expensive champagne. He's saving for New Year’s Eve.
Rapper 50 Cent may soon learn that even millions of dollars don’t put him above the law. He may think he can dodge paying for a big debt by filing for bankruptcy, but the ploy probably won’t work.
There has been a lot of talk in the urban business community about 50 Cent’s recent financial situation and him filing for chapter 11 bankruptcy. 50 Cent has been seen as one of the more intelligent artists who transitioned into business and became a role model but his recent filing for chapter 11 bankruptcy also poses some questions.
When an individual or business files for bankruptcy protection, there is a legal protection against outside litigation that goes into effect immediately and automatically upon the bankruptcy filing. Is Fif using this to protect himself?
G-Unit rapper Kidd Kidd has been in the news for different reasons. In this interview, Kidd Kidd reveals his Grandma inspired him to stay in high school. He also shows off his "war wounds."