This gritty documentary tells the tale of Curtis Jacksons (a.k.a. 50 Cent) life and the obstacles he overcame from a life of crime to one of the music industrys successful crossover artists.
Fourteen aspiring young entrepreneurs arrive in New York City competing for a $100,000 investment from 50 Cent himself.
When the teams are challenged to create a marketing rap, some contestants step up to the spotlight, while others put their team in jeapordy.
The teams' new challenge is to trade 50's items on the boardwalk of Coney Island, while learning what it means to hustle.
The contestants push themselves to the limits when they are challenged to make exercise videos and present their business plans to industry legend Chris Lighty.
50 challenges the contestants to spread the word about HIV in the Bronx, and has a surprising reward for their good deed.
50 keeps the contestants on their toes by switching up teams and making several surprise eliminations.
In the most challenging episode yet, the four remaining contestants are kidnapped, blindfolded, re-educated and shot with paintball guns.
Ryan, Larry and Cornbreadd give their final days at Camp Curtis all they've got, but in the end, only one will win the $100,000.
Team Money and Team Power experience a major shift in their team dynamics.
A horse manure challenge gives Team Money and Team Power different views of what it means to turn s--- into sugar.
This unauthorized documentary chronicles 50 Cent's inspirational journey from the streets to the stage and his unprecedented acceptance into the heart of mainstream culture after defying outrageous odds.
Singer talks Las Vegas, 50 Cent, more
Chelsea Handler talks to Oprah about her successful show; her millionaire beau, Andre Balazs; her difficult relationship with her father; and how getting a DUI at 21 launched her stand-up career. Later, Chelsea sets the record straight about her relationship with rapper 50 Cent.
Mark Martin takes Michael Waltrip for a ride around Phoenix International Raceway to chat about 50 Cent and more. (03/03/13)
Bette and 50 Cent chat about the Annual Spring Picnic for the New York Restoration Project, as well as their friendship. Plus, 50 Cent talks "Twelve."
Rapper and Actor 50 Cent discusses his new film, "Twelve".
Chelsea warms up to 50 Cent
Chelsea talks dating 50 Cent, more
Caught In The Crossfire movie trailer - starring Chris Klein, Richard T. Jones, 50 Cent, Christine Lakin, Adam Rodriguez, Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson. Directed by Brian A. Miller. Genre: Thriller
At the LA premiere of "New Moon," rapper 50 Cent talks about how excited he is to be at the event and see the film. Plus, is he Team Jacob or Team Edward?
Blood Out movie trailer - starring Val Kilmer, Luke Goss, Vinnie Jones, 50 Cent. Genre: Thriller
In the face of rising crime rates and gun violence, the Detroit Police launches a full-scale war against gun runners. With the cooperation of the Feds they target a criminal named Rich (Curtis 50 Cent Jackson) and his arms operation. When a gun exchange goes bad and Rich's old friend Angel (Val Kilmer), steps up big time and saves his life, they form a bond that makes his supplier and lover, Gabriella (AnnaLynne McCord) paranoid. But there is a snitch in the group and Gabriella's biggest deal goes bad only to have an even bigger secret revealed, one that rocks Rich to his core.
We head backstage at The Pontiac Garage and get up close and personal with 50 Cent. He shares his Super Bowl XLII pick, selects his dream Yahoo! Fantasy Football player and sets the record straight about his love life. Hosted by RJ Williams.
The inspirational journey of the hottest artist in hip-hop, Curtis Jackson (aka 50 Cent). Adored by fans of all ages and races and the face of hip-hop for both the hardcore and mainstream fan, this gritty documentary tells the tale of 50 Cent's life and the obstacles he overcame to become an icon of the hip-hop generation. From a life of crime to the recognition of the world at large, the East Coast rapper defied the odds to enter the celebrity lifestyle without losing his street credibility. Including interviews with his closest family members and influential figures who guided his career .
Jennifer Lopez is under scrutiny for celebrating Gurbanguly Berdymukhamedov's birthday. The leader of Turmenistan has been criticized for committing widespread human rights abuses in the nation. The birthday serenade was a last minute request for Jennifer. Her rep says that had there been knowledge of human rights issues of any kind, Jennifer would not have attended. In 2011, Hillary Swank profusely apologized for attending a birthday party for Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov, who had been accused of torture and killings. Beyonce, Nelly Furtado, 50 Cent, Mariah Carey and Usher were paid to perform at parties of the late Libyan leader Muammar Gadhafi. They all later announced plans to donate their performance fees to charity. As for Jennifer, her performance fee wasn’t disclosed.
Carmelo Anthony might be the New York Knicks small forward, but he now has a new position. Melo has just teamed up with 50 Cent's SMS Audio as an investor and brand ambassador. The basketball star opened up about his new gig saying "50 Cent approaches SMS Audio the same way I do each of my games - with focus and passion... I look forward to representing such an innovative global brand." Carmelo isn't the first high profile celebrity to join the SMS Audio team as the brand is also backed by producer, Timbaland.
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