50 Cent has introduced a brand new deal and pledged $1 million to the Bellator MMA combat winner.
50 Cent is in all the things today, from music to motion pictures and TV exhibits, and now MMA preventing. The G-Unit rapper has one essentially the most commercially profitable albums in hip-hop historical past, and now he has one the most important exhibits on premium cable. Fifty is now calling himself the brand new Don King along with his new enterprise into boxing and MMA.
The deal is with the MMA for his new line “Get the Strap” apparels. 50 Cent popularized the #Getthestrap hashtag on social media over the previous 12 months along with his common trolling different celebrities. Now he’s shifting to monetize the favored phrase which he has since Trademarked.
“Oh so yal thought I used to be on some Bow Wow problem shit. Go head maintain performing like l ainít who l am. get the strap,” he wrote on the Gram.
“You already know. We right here, Iím celebrating, simply did a brand new deal,” 50 added. “Viacom. Bellator. MMA. Itís taking place. You see I received the WBA proper right here. This proper right here, subsequent 12 months itís gonna simply be me versus me for Hustler the Year. Iím doing it massive. Iím the heavyweight champion this sh*t proper right here. I received this sh*t going. You see me. Don King ainít Don King. Don Kingís outdated. Iím Don King. Iím the American Dream round this motherf*cking championship scene. Working the room like a motherf*cker. But they paid me, so, verify this out.”
50 Cent has at all times been concerned in boxing in a roundabout way form or type beginning along with his previous friendship with Floyd Mayweather. These days the rapper and Mayweather are bitter enemies who take jabs at one another on social media ever so ten.
“We are thrilled to companion with such a legendary icon who has been a pal to the Bellator household for fairly a while,” stated Bellator head Scott Coker ( ESPN). “The ‘Get The Strap’ attire line is only the start many joint ventures we’ll discover collectively.”