The rapper, 50 cent whose genuine name is Curtis James Jackson III, posted a photograph Tuesday of himself wearing a Houston Astros cap before the Astrodome.
HOUSTON — Rapper 50 Cent is obviously Houston’s most current inhabitant, as indicated by a post on his web-based media accounts.
The rapper, whose genuine name is Curtis James Jackson III,
posted a photograph Tuesday of himself wearing a Houston Astros cap before the Astrodome. In the post, 50 Cent said he adores New York, yet “I live in Houston presently I’ll clarify later.”
He additionally shared a report about Discovery+ greenlighting a TV arrangement from the rapper and
his G-Unit and Television flag called “Admissions of a Crime Queen.
” It is obscure whether the arrangement will be shot in Houston.
The New York-conceived rapper sold his Connecticut manor in 2019 after it had been available for a very long time. Jennifer Leahy, a specialist at Douglas Elliman in Greenwich,
told the Hartford Courant the 21-room, 25-washroom home in Farmington was sold for $2.9 million.
50 Cent was visiting the area last December when he made an unexpected toy
gift in front of the city’s Christmas Eve Super Feast. He and his G-Unity Foundation gave toys to the City Wide Club, the not-for-profit that puts on Super Feast.
City hall leader Sylvester Turner invited him to town with a tweet on Tuesday night.