Connecticut’s State Governor Honours 50 Cent With His Own Day

BMF/Power TV Series Producer/Writer Curtis Jackson known in showbiz as 50 Cent has been honoured with his day in Hartford, Connecticut, which he was given before performing in the city.

On Friday, August 11, the same day as the 50th anniversary of Hip Hop, the G-Unit magnate was presented with a certificate declaring August 11 as “50 Cent Day” in Connecticut by the state’s governor Ned Lamont.

“Today was officially Curtis 50 Cent Jackson day in Hartford CT,” 50 captioned the post on IG. “The energy was so good, it made me remember why I moved to CT.”

Fif’s The Final Lap Tour proceeded on Friday on Hip Hop’s 50th birthday where he took over Hartford’s XFINITY Center for another energetic show following a pair of dates in Brooklyn.

The Queen’s idol has a ton of history in Connecticut as he lived a portion of his career living in the state after buying Mike Tyson’s estate for $ 4 million after the boxing legend reportedly declared bankruptcy.

The estate had plenty of room for guests outside of 50 who could virtually host a football team in the 52-room home with 21 bedrooms and 25 bathrooms of his choosing. The 50,000 sq. ft. estate came equipped with a hot tub, pool, indoor basketball court, game rooms and a recording studio.

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