When it comes to boasting about his accomplishments, 50 Cent never misses an opportunity.
The media mogul remembers where he came from prior to building his empire, and it was through hard work and careful manoeuvring that he’s been able to amass the success that he sees before him.
While he has a slew of hits under his belt, there are hip hop fans who don’t recognise Fif as a formidable force in the rap game.
It’s been years since he’s released a full-length music project, but the Power boss is here to remind you that he’s still better than your favourite rapper.
Twenty years ago, 50 Cent was set to release what was supposed to be his debut album.
Power of the Dollar was slated to hit the streets in the summer of 2000, but when he was shot in May of that year, it forced the record to be delayed.
Two years prior, Fif completed a sampler of the project, and just a few hours ago, he shared a photo of the tape.
“👀Damn i did this in 1998 🤦♂️ and i still can rap better then you fools 😆🤷🏽♂️,” he penned in the caption.
He also took the opportunity to give a shout out to Pop Smoke by reminding the public that the late rapper’s posthumous album hits streaming services on June 12.