American rapper, actor, television producer, and businessman Curtis James Jackson III, known professionally as 50 Cent, has stated that Diddy‘s brand will survive the hurricane of controversies he is going through.
50 Cent in a post on Instagram, dived into his thoughts on Diddy’s brand, saying Diddy will be fine because he has money to save his businesses.
“No, he will be fine. He has so much money, that when his corporate partners pull out, he will reach in his pockets and make it happen. You saw how fast he paid Cassie. He’s a real Billionaire. He has f–k you money, guys. So f–k you!”
Diddy was the target of three sexual assault lawsuits last month, including one from his ex-girlfriend Cassie. Her case was resolved in less than 24 hours for an unknown sum. The other two lawsuits derive from allegations made in the 1990s.
Last Friday (Dec. 1), 50 hinted at possibly creating a documentary about Diddy’s current difficulties.
“I thought Diddy was a Billionaire music mogul. If he’s smart, he’ll file bankruptcy now,” 50 stated in reaction to a Page Six report regarding his prospective role in performing. Anyone who has genuine money understands why I’m saying this. Guys, I’m the best producer for the job. “The receipts have arrived.”
50 Cent was recently in the news about the several businesses he owns and how successful he has been in the business world. From Queens, New York, 50 Cent released his debut album, Get Rich or Die Trying, pushing him to No. 1 on the Billboard charts. He sold a million copies of the album in the first four days after its release. Since then, he has released several albums and collaborations.
After filing for bankruptcy in 2015, the In Da Club hitmaker has been climbing back up and has built an empire with ventures ranging from the music industry to consumer electronics, fashion, and spirits to filmmaking.
According to Forbes, 50 Cent is worth $155 million, and it’s all because of music, technology, clothes, and beverages. Here are five businesses 50 Cent owns