It’s been a while since G Unit front man 50 Cent made headlines for his once celebrated music, yet that hasn’t stopped him from trying to use his star power to endorse a number of philanthropic projects he is involved in.
Now watch him discuss these projects with the Wall Street Journal‘s Lee Hawkins in an in depth interview recently below…
While we are not the kind to knock anyone’s hustle, we’d be lying if we said we were completely convinced by this ‘version’ of 50.
Because, unlike a certain Shawn Carter, Curtis seems to be playing the role of an occasional business man, only interested in discussing his success in industry when he thinks it will set him apart from his lessor Hip Hop counterparts.
For while there is no denying his accomplishments in and out of music, until he makes up his mind as to whether he is hardcore Gangster Rapper or an esteemed mogul, his public image will always be confusing.
A shame, as this confusing image may have been the reason his ‘Street King‘ endeavor performed the way it did.