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50 Cent On ABC’s Nightline

February 25, 2012 · Posted in Videos · 14 Comments 

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ABC’s Nightline followed 50 Cent into Somalia as he tries to feed 1 billion Africans. Funny how Curtis didn’t want to rap one of his songs for the schoolchildren. Good move though. Go Fiddy, it’s yo birthday!

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14 Responses to “50 Cent On ABC’s Nightline”

  1. Common Sense on February 25th, 2012 8:29 pm

    Gotta love this guy. He a true man.

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  2. Curt on February 25th, 2012 8:48 pm

    Just wish he would make music relating to what he’s doing now. Like he says that the fan base hasn’t caught up to him when it has. That’s why the hard gang music doesn’t go big anymore. We know he’s not that anymore. He’s yet to reintroduce himself as a business man in his music

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  3. Skeez on February 25th, 2012 8:59 pm

    50 is a real person, hate him or love him , you HAVE to respect what he’s doing right now. #SK

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  4. Jonathan on February 25th, 2012 10:25 pm

    You gotta respect that. Few people with money do this.

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  5. SANETALLA on February 25th, 2012 10:36 pm

    What do you mean 5 BILLION AFRICANS???????????????????????????? There are 1 BILLION AFRICANS not 5 !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! And not all of them starving !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    obie moolah Reply:

    @SANETALLA, good point man..amd africa is not a country its a continent you fellas should notice that

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    Jon Reply:

    @SANETALLA, you dumb kid, do you eat only once in your lifetime?! you still find a way to… nvmnd #hatesick

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    SANETALLA Reply:

    @Jon, im not hatin i was pointing out a mistake. where is the hate ???

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    SANETALLA Reply:

    @Jon, And i maintain not all the africans are starving ! And even if so : do you eat 5 times in your lifetime ??? Thats a very good initiative to offer meals but isnt the way to permanently solve it!

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  6. Victor Hugo on February 26th, 2012 5:46 am

    I always been a 50 cent’s fan, but i disagre sometimes for what we have done, some actions that he did, always gettin’into a rapper fight to gain more merchandising, sayin’bad things on twitter. Until the day that he released Outlaw, and over 50% of the people who voting in youtube dislike him. And t soon, he decided to launch SK, for me, he’s tryin’to gain more popularity, despite i’d like that he is doing something good in his life now. But guys, pain attencion, that’s just BUSINESS, like he sayd one. [Sore for some mistakes, i'm not american]

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    wowzer. Reply:

    @Victor Hugo, Do you have to be american to know english or type properly?

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    Victor Hugo Reply:

    I@wowzer., Anyway, sorry for the mistaskes, I meaned, “I’m not very well in english”, But I lived in America, haha, in South America, Brazil, I fan of Hip; Hop

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    Doom Reply:

    @Victor Hugo,
    I guess you haven’t watched the whole video yet.
    He said: “I don’t want to be a guy who’s just remembered for writing a few cool songs.” And…
    Just look at his face at 03:02 and you can tell it’s not about “gain more popularity”.

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  7. Zaree7214 on February 26th, 2012 3:39 pm

    I got nothing but respect for fiddy. Regardless his music, he’s trying real hard to help the poor and needy. We need more people like this, keep it up fiddy!

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