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.
In the most challenging episode yet, the four remaining contestants are kidnapped, blindfolded, re-educated and shot with paintball guns.
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 keeps the contestants on their toes by switching up teams and making several surprise eliminations.
50 challenges the contestants to spread the word about HIV in the Bronx, and has a surprising reward for their good deed.
Team Money and Team Power experience a major shift in their team dynamics.
The teams' new challenge is to trade 50's items on the boardwalk of Coney Island, while learning what it means to hustle.
When the teams are challenged to create a marketing rap, some contestants step up to the spotlight, while others put their team in jeapordy.
A horse manure challenge gives Team Money and Team Power different views of what it means to turn s--- into sugar.
Fourteen aspiring young entrepreneurs arrive in New York City competing for a $100,000 investment from 50 Cent himself.
Hip-Hop sensation and music mogul 50 Cent teams up with MTV to bring you the newest elimination reality show. The contestants, hand picked by 50 himself, have proven themselves to be savvy, street-smart and successful in their own right.
Which of the 14 contestants can live up to 50 Cent's high expectations and win the money and the power?
Nima knows that he was the only real one in the house and blames the others for his elimination.
Joanne tells us why Precious should have gone home instead.
Precious is ready to focus on the bigger picture now that she's leaving Camp Curtis.
50 Cent explains how eliminations work on The Money and The Power.
Nathan believes his experience will only further his career.
Jenn reveals why she's not surprised and completely happy to be going home.