This brought tears to our eyes!!
Next to a photo of the letter, Miz King penned:
The rapper was not happy with the latest episode of his Starz series Power, because a sex scene featuring his character Kanan put his actual peen on the small screen!
After the August 7 episode aired, the 41-year-old took to Instagram to blast series creator Courtney Kemp for exposing his roll of quarters.
He wrote in the caption:
The comedienne was one of several A-list stars who auditioned to play young Han Solo in the upcoming Star Wars prequel — and let's just say we're now very glad the role went to Alden Ehrenreich!
All donning Han's iconic vest, Bill Hader proved he was much better at playing Jabba the Hut, 50 Cent was a little too intimidating with Han's glock, and Adam Sandler did his best adult baby babbling a la Billy Madison.
50 Cent is having an amazing day!
Luckily for the 41-year-old, the judge just approved the financial plan which he originally submitted in April of this year. The strategy requires the mogul to pay a whopping $23 million over the course of five years.
Per the docs, the celeb will cough up $17 million to Sleek Audio and $6 million to Lastonia Leviston.
In a statement, the musician's lawyer explained:
"Mr. Jackson is pleased that the Bankruptcy Court approved his plan of reorganization today, less than one year after filing for chapter 11 to reorganize his financial affairs. Mr. Jackson appreciates the fresh start this process provides."
What a relief for the New York native! We're glad he's dealing with this head-on.
Here's to better money management this time around, 50!
[Image via Instagram.]
Poor 50 Cent!
The rapper was playing a show in St. Kitts on Saturday night when he was warned by authorities not to use profanity or else he'd have to face consequences.
But the rapper didn't listen to cops, and his DJ didn't have a clean version of his music for the concert, so at his show in front of 40,000 people, Fiddy dropped an f-bomb — and got jailed for it!!
The rapper didn't pull the mic away from his mouth during a line when it came time to yell "motherf*cker," and for that, he got handcuffed and taken down to the police station.
Ch-ch-check out some video form his concert (below)!
Just because you can rap doesn't mean you can throw!
On Wednesday night, Snoop Dogg was honored by the San Diego Padres when he was asked to throw out the first pitch at their game against the Atlanta Braves.
Unfortunately, the 44-year-old ended up throwing one of THE WORST opening pitches we've seen since 50 Cent's HIGHlariously awful attempt that landed him the #1 play on ESPN's Not Top 10 list for 15 weeks!
Ch-ch-check out Snoop's AWFUL first pitch that FOX Sports took to Twitter to share (below) and let us know if you think you could do better!
50 Cent actually did some good.
On Friday, a man named Chris Brown (no, not the famous one) revealed that the Candy Shop rapper agreed to come meet his disabled brother after tracking him down at the Loews Hotel in Philadelphia, PA. Apparently, Brown was at the hotel for his wedding and asked Fiddy if he'd be willing to meet his brother Justin, who suffers from reflex sympathetic dystrophy syndrome, as a sort of wedding gift.
As you may know, Justin's condition causes chronic pain which results in him being confined to a bed. According to Chris, when he informed the the A-lister that Justin was a huge fan and hoped that he would meet his sibling in his hotel room, the entrepreneur said
50 Cent certainly feels bad for making fun a teenager with autism on social media.
How do we know this? Well, because the Candy Shop rapper just threw down a sizable chunk of change to Autism Speaks because of the unfortunate incident.
As you may recall, Fiddy was facing a potential lawsuit after he accused Andrew Farrell of being high at work in a Twitter video, when the youngster actually suffered both autism and Asperger's syndrome. Initially, the family was seeking to get $1 million for the 19 year old's GoFundMe page but then lessened their request by asking the A-lister to give $10,000 to the autism advocacy group.
However, the entrepreneur not only apologized to the family, but he also gave $100,000 to the family's charity of choice. On his generous donation, 50 explained: