Most Important Aspect Of My Romance Life

Most Important Aspect Of My Romance Life—50 Cent

Most Important Aspect Of My Romance Life

OpenLife Nigeria reports that 48 years old American rapper, actor, television producer, and businessman,  Curtis James Jackson III, known professionally as 50 Cent, has revealed what he loves most, romantically.

The South Jamaica born renowned artist says he detests women who flock around him because of his popularity.

In a rare revelation, 50 Cent says that one of the many things he enjoys is turning down women who throw themselves at him, because they also enjoy rejecting average men

He does this because he knows the reason why a majority of these women throw themselves at him is because of his fame and fortune.

According to him, If he didn’t have status, but just an average guy, none of these women would even look his way.
He stated that he understands the hypergamous nature of women, how their “love” is opportunistic.

As a rule of social engagement, he says he treats women like the opportunists that they are.

“Women don’t love men, they love value. That’s why they flock around high value men like ants follow sugar. “Understand the game,” he says.

50 Cent began pursuing a musical career in 1996. In 1999-2000, he recorded his “debut” album Power of the Dollar for Columbia Records.

However, he was struck by nine bullets during a shooting in May 2000, causing its release to be cancelled and Jackson to be dropped from the label.

His 2002 mixtape, Guess Who’s Back? was discovered by Detroit rapper Eminem, who signed Jackson to his label Shady Records, an imprint of Dr. Dre’s Aftermath Entertainment and Interscope Records that same year.
His debut studio album, Get Rich or Die Tryin’ (2003) was released to critical acclaim and commercial success.

Peaking atop the Billboard 200, it spawned the Billboard Hot 100-number one singles “In da Club” and “21 Questions” (featuring Nate Dogg), and received nonuple platinum certification by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA).

That same year, he launched the record label G-Unit Records, namesake of a hip hop group he formed two years prior.

The label’s initial signees were its members, fellow East Coast rappers Lloyd Banks and Tony Yayo.
His second album, The Massacre (2005) was met with similar success and supported by his third number-one single, “Candy Shop” (featuring Olivia).

He adopted a lighter, further commercially-oriented approach for his third and fourth albums, Curtis (2007) and Before I Self Destruct (2009).

Incidentally, both were met with critical and commercial declines.

Most Important Aspect Of My Romance Life
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