InformAfrica — Little did people know 50 Cent was already building a mansion in Africa, until the multiple award-winning rapper and multi-millionaire serial entrepreneur shared a sneak peek video of his new mansion in Africa. See video of 50 cent house in Africa, the G-Unit rapper is moving to the motherland; InformAfrica reports.
Following news of 50 Cent’s declared bankruptcy in the U.S after a judge ruled he must pay a woman $7 million for a sex tape the rapper posted online; many observers and critics were quick to conclude the ‘Get Rich or Die Tryin‘ award-winning artist is now flat broke. This is due to the ignorance many non-entrepreneurs have towards the knowledge and purpose of filing a bankruptcy.
More proof that the bankruptcy filing is purely strategic comes from 50 Cent himself, when he told E! News in July that he took the necessary precautions that any “good businessperson” would take in his situation. Here’s what he had to say:
“You know when you’re successful and stuff, you become a target. I don’t wanna be a bull’s-eye,” he said. “I don’t want anybody to pick me as the guy that they just come to with astronomical claims and go through all that.” — 50 Cent
To show that he’s still very successful, 50 Cent on September 5th – posted a video on his Instagram page with a sneak peek to his mansion in Africa, which is almost completed. This is an indication African-American Curtis Jackson is moving back to Africa. Here’s what he had to say, and the video of 50 Cent house in Africa:
“My crib is almost finished in AFRICA,” he wrote without specifying which country his new home was built in. “I’m gonna have the craziest housewarming party ever. I’ll explain later. I got a good life, man.” — 50 Cent
Here’s the video everyone is talking about, of 50 cent house in Africa:
ABOUT 50 CENT
Born Curtis James Jackson III (D.O.B: July 6, 1975), 50 Cent is an African-American rapper, singer, entrepreneur, investor and actor from New York City. During his career 50 Cent sold over 30 million albums worldwide and won several awards, including a Grammy Award, thirteen Billboard Music Awards, six World Music Awards, three American Music Awards and four BET Awards.
50 Cent is also involved in the mining and precious-metals industries. In 2008 he visited a platinum, palladium and iridium mine shaft in South Africa, and met with South African billionaire Patrice Motsepe. After his meeting with Motsepe, Curtis Jackson (50 Cent) considered purchasing equity in the mine and launching 50 Cent-branded platinum.