50 Cent reveals what he did with the cash after his take care of Eminem and Dr. Dre.
50 Cent is presently on the London leg of his worldwide Remaining Lap Tour, and the rapper sat down with Apple Music’s Rebecca Judd for a backstage interview. Throughout the dialog, the POWER mogul revealed what he did after signing $1 million take care of Eminem and Dr. Dre in 2002.
“I purchased my grandmother a C220 Benz,” he reveals. “I’ll always remember as a result of after I acquired the automobile, I acquired it straight away is the very first thing I purchased when the deal was executed.”
“After which I went on the tour and I got here again and my grandfather was on the porch and he was having a second. So he was like, ‘I simply went to work. I went to work, damage my again, got here again, and she or he executed brainwashed my youngsters.’
“And he was speaking about my grandmother as a result of he was her automobile within the entrance yard and he didn’t have a automobile. He had the older automobile and he mentioned, ‘I went to work, damage my again. Till my again damage, the whole lot.’”
Within the interview, the rapper reveals how he began shopping for issues to avoid wasting taxes after his world tour in assist of hit debut album Get Wealthy or Die Tryin’. “We went on a world tour and we got here again. I had $38 million in my account,” he reveals. “The IRS are coming, [so it’s like] — purchase it. No matter you need, purchase that shit as a result of they’re simply going to take the cash anyway. You want bills. That’s after I ended up shopping for the Tyson property, the home and stuff.
He continued, “I wanted bills. I didn’t know what would create an even bigger comfortability for me on the time. After which anyone that you just talked to in funds would take a look at it and say, yeah, you possibly can… In the event you purchase a property, it’s $3 million or $4 million and also you simply made $38 million. And sure, that is good on your taxes truly, that you just made the acquisition and you should purchase some vehicles.”