G-Unit head 50 Cent might have recently filed for bankruptcy but that’s not stopping him from doing good deeds around the country this week.
According to reports, 50 helped deliver a few thousand dollars to a food bank in Ferguson, Missouri Tuesday (July 28).
Rapper Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson presented a donation Tuesday to the St. Louis Area Foodbank in Ferguson. The money ($5,050, of course) was provided by Beam Suntory and STL’s Major Brands distributors, whose topper, Susan B. McCollum, was on hand for the event. (STL Today)
50 also posted up some footage of his stay in St. Louis, Missouri this week.
A few days ago, a jury hit 50 Cent with a hard $2 million decision in a publicized sex tape case.
The jury announced the judgment in NYC on Friday. 50 already got hit with a $5 million judgment in the case earlier this month … which lead to him filing for personal bankruptcy. UPDATE: 50 Cent’s attorney has released a statement saying the rapper plans to fight the judgement hoping to “reduce the size of the award.” (TMZ)
During a court appearance in his sex tape trial last week, Fif denied living the lavish life he promoted on social media.
Taking the witness stand in Manhattan Supreme Court, the rapper said his claims about having a fleet of luxury cars on both coasts, loads of bling, and even making a $1.6 million bet on boxer Floyd Mayweather are all bogus. “It’s entertainment,” he said of the lifestyle he portrays in his videos and on social media. (New York Daily News)