Known by his stage name 50 Cent, he is a Hollywood rapper, record producer, businessman, and actor. The talented rap artist launched his musical career with a series of hit mixtapes after being disappointed by his debut album, which never saw the light of day. As one of the most controversial and famous figures in the Gangsta rap genre, 50 Cent’s criminal history has become a subject of discussion for many during the past few years. He was born in Queens and grew up in a rough neighborhood. At the age of just fourteen, he began selling drugs. 50 Cent net worth is estimate at $52 Million.
50 Cent Bio:
|Name||Curtis James Jackson III|
|Nick Name||Boo Boo, Fiddy, Interscope|
|Date of Birth||July 6, 1975|
|Age (2022)||47 years|
|Hometown||Queens, New York City|
50 Cent Family & Personal Life:
|Father||Curtis James Jackson|
Marquise Jackson was born in 1997 to Curtis James Jackson and Shaniqua Tompkins, his then-girlfriend. After the birth of his son, the star’s priorities changed. His son was his biggest inspiration, adding: “he was the one that inspired me to do what I did.” Aside from his music work, 50 became a public darling due to his run-ins with the law and feud with fellow rappers The Game and Ja Rule.
During that time, he fought with Kanye West, who released his new album ‘Graduation’ on September 11, 2007, the exact date he released “Curtis.” There was the predicted chart battle with Kanye defending each album on TV. 50 Cent took this battle seriously even though they shut down the debate a couple of weeks after it started. In a recent interview, he said that he’d stop writing music for himself if his album sales didn’t match Kanye’s. In its first week, 50’s record sold 691,000 units, ending at number two on the Billboard 200.
50 Cent Education:
|School||Andrew Jackson High School|
|College||Andrew Jackson High School|
50 Cent Physical Stats:
|Height||In Centimeters: 183 cm|
In Meters:1.83 m
In Feet & Inches: 6’0″
|Weight||In Kilograms: 94 kg|
In Pounds: 207 lbs
|Waist Size||34 inches|
|Chest Size||49 inches|
|Eyes Color||Dark Brown|
50 Cent Career:
|Profession||Rapper, Actor, Record Producer, Film producer, Film director|
|Salary||$5 Million +|
|Net Worth||$52 Million|
In 1998, he made his first official appearance in the “React” with Onyx on the album “Shut Em Down.” After leaving Jam Master Jay, Track master took note of Cent, soon signed to Columbia Records about a year later. After releasing the track “How to Rob,” he became popular among Jay-Z, Kurupt, Sticky Fingaz, and Big Pun. Similarly, Nas liked the theme so much; he invited Cent to attend a promotional tour for his album “Nastradamus.” It was also destined to be released as a single with other songs from the album. The rapper was shot several times on May 24, 2000, 2 days before filming the video for “Thug Love.” Though he had a publishing deal with Columbia Records, he was kicked off the label and placed on the denylist of the recording industry for his song “Ghetto Qu’Ran” (“Koran of the ghetto”). In the United States, he couldn’t find a studio, so he traveled to Canada to record more than thirty songs for mixtapes with his manager Sha Money XL.
He was getting more and more recognition, and in 2002 he released the compilation album “Guess Who’s Back.” Curtis James Jackson’s album, “Get Rich or Die Tryin,” came out in February 2003. The album was a smash hit, so much so that Allmusic described it as one of the best debut albums of the year, and other media hailed it as a significant hit. There were 872,000 copies sold in the first four days, making it No. 1 on the Billboard 200. One of the biggest songs on the album and the most played was “In da Club,” which reached position number 18 of the 100 best hip hop songs of all time. His music broke the Billboard radio record for most listeners in a week. The album “The Massacre” sold over 1.1 million copies in the first four days after its release. 50 Cent’s Sugar Shop album reached number one on the Billboard 200 for six weeks, and his Inferno Disc and How We Do singles were in the top five of Billboard at the same time.
In May 2004, Cent was charged with three counts of assault and aggression and sentenced to two years’ probation. Curtis James Jackson released his third studio album, Curtis, in September 2007. It was in the top two of the Billboard 200 after selling 691,000 copies in the first week. A song produced by Dr. Dre called “OK, You’re Right” was released May 18, 2009. It was the first single off the album “Before I Self Destruct.” VH1’s Behind the Music featured the rapper that same year. Cent released “Outlaw” on the internet on November 16, 2011, and Cardiak produced it. As of February 20, 2014, 50 Cent left Inters cope Records, Shady Records, and Aftermath Entertainment after 12 years of working together. A distribution deal with Caroline Records and a recording contract with Capitol Records have been signed by G-Unit Records and Animal Ambition.
50 Cent Favorites Things:
|Hobbies||Boxing, Writing And Listening Music, Workout|
|Favorite Food||Pizza, Pork, Beans|
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50 Cent Net Worth:
He is a Hollywood actor, producer, rapper, and businessman. At this time, he has a net worth of $52 million.