Isn't he like 30?! In a grave series of tweets, 50 Cent opened up about his fear of living a short life, which is why he started his Street King philanthropy, which feeds millions of starving Africans.
"I'll be honest," he writes on twitter, "I don't think I'm gonna live much longer. That's why I started my street king movement. I want to mean more in other people's lives."
It's awesome that he started the Street King movement, but talking about dying on Twitter is kind of the anti-purpose of Twitter. You're supposed to use twitter to check in at bars and shopping malls and tweet at your friends so that you're twitter followers know that you have an active social life. It's also to find out what celebrities are eating and doing.
50's Twitter vent didn't stop there. "To be conscious that life is short is not suicidal. I'm good if I die tonight. I've taken care of the people who took care of me when I couldn't take care of myself."
I think this is the point when 50 Cent should hand over his twitter feed to his PR staff. Well, that might not be an option. His label at Interscope has been prematurely premiering most of his new music and not promoting it well at all. I mean, I write about rappers for a living and I had no idea he even has a new single out. Bad on you, Interscope. But in case you want to know, his new single is "Girls Go Wild."
"I have lost all the faith in the team I'm on," he tweeted, "I have nothing left to say, I will not be promoting my music," says 50 Cent.
Is this the end of 50 Cent music? Maybe. "I'm going to deliver this album. Then I have a film I wrote to focus on. I'm not upset, I'm just convinced this is not how I want to be remembered" admits 50 Cent
Well, I still hold a torch for your music 50 Cent! Or should I say, I hold a "magic stick." Errr, just googled what a "magic stick" is, never mind.