50 Cent and Snoop Dogg are friends, but that didn't stop Snoop stealing 50's Lamborghini recently.
Troll level: 50 Cent.
Feuding rappers 50 Cent and Ja Rule's beef went next level this weekend when 50 claimed he bought 200 front-row tickets to Ja Rule's show, just so they could stay empty.
John Travolta is seemingly trying to attempt he's down with the kids (or young adults, at least) by appearing randomly on-stage with people.
Last month, he jumped up with Foo Fighters and now he's been filmed dancing alongside 50 Cent during one of his sets.
We still have 21 questions for J HUS about why he cancelled his Australian visit earlier this year but for now we'll enjoy his cover of 50 Cent's 21 Questions.
The British MC covered it for Radio 1's Live Lounge, giving the Get Rich Or Die Tryin' cut more of a UK-flavour.
50 Cent filed for bankruptcy back in 2015 in the US but it seems he's doing very well now.
Image: Rolling Stone
In 2007, you would actually pit 50 Cent and Kanye West up against each other. Take a moment to let that sink in...
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Winston Surfshirt stepped into the triple j studios this morning for Like A Version, giving 50 Cent's 21 Questions the Winston treatment.
In true WS style, it's a cruisy, soulful cover complete with a horn section and a choir.
Image: Instagram / Coachella
Gucci Mane performed what was easily one of the sets of weekend two of Coachella overnight, lavishing the crowd with special guest after special guest.
Perhaps the biggest shock at all was the appearance of 50 Cent, who performed their 2003 tune What Up Gangsta.
TGIFF aka Thank God It's Flashback Friday! This week we take it back to the A-Z Of Underground-ish Hip Hop Jams that our very own Maccy originally put together for the lords over at Pilerats last year...
2015. What a time to be alive eh?