Curtis James Jackson, known as 50 Cent, an American rapper, actor, producer, and entrepreneur. 50 Cent’s net worth is $30 Million.
The rapper was born on 6th July 1975, in Queens, New York City, where his mother, Sabrina, raised him.
He is an iconic figure in the music industry, having sold over 30 million albums worldwide.
At one point, 50 Cent’s net worth was as high as $155 million.
During his career, 50 Cent has earned moreover $250 million from various business and endeavors.
Here are some Quick Facts about 50 Cent
|Full Name||Curtis James Jackson|
|Known as||50 Cent|
|Net Worth||$30 million|
|Mother’s Name||Sabrina Jackson|
|Birthdate||July 6, 1975|
|Birthplace||Queens, New York City, U.S|
|Profession||Rapper, Songwriter, Producer, Actor, Businessman, and Entrepreneur|
|Children||2 ( eldest Marquise Jackson and youngest Sire Jackson )|
|Marital Status||Not Married|
|Past Relationships||Shaniqua Tompkins and Daphne joy|
|Age||46 Years Old|
|Movies||Den of Thieves (2018), All Things Fall Apart (2011), Get Rich or Die Tryin’ (2005), Freelancers (2012), Spy (2015), etc.|
|Labels||Shady Records, Aftermath Entertainment, Interscope Records, G-Unit Records, Universal Music Group, Columbia Records, Capitol Records, Violator, EMPIRE, Caroline Records, Universal Records, JMJ Records|
|Years Active||1995 – Present|
|Television||50 Central, Power, Dream School, 50 Cent: The Money and the Power, The Oath, For life|
|Associated Acts||G-Unit, Dr. Dre, Eminem, The Game, Jeremih, Mobb Deep, Rotimi, Obie Trice, Snoop Dogg, Sha Money XL, Spider Loc|
|Social Media||Instagram, Twitter, Facebook|
50 Cent’s Net Worth and Income
50 Cent’s net worth is around $30 million. Looking back at Jackson’s career, it has been nothing but a huge success.
In other words, his business investment stretches not only in Music Industry but in various others.
As for the start of his successful career, Eminem discovered 50 Cent from his Album ‘Guess who’s Back’ in 2002 and later invited Jackson to Los Angeles to meet Dr. Dre and signed a record deal of $1 million.
After his early success in the music industry, and in 2003, Interscope gave 50 Cent his record label, called G-Unit Records.
After that, Curtis diversified the record label and started producing films and television shows.
Jackson has listed his monthly income at nearly $185k, mostly from his G-Unit branded entertainment deals in Music, Film, and Television.
Likewise, he also has his clothing brand called G-Unit Clothing Company, and it has generated more than $100 million since its founding.
One of his most successful endeavors was securing a minority stake in Glaceau Vitamin Water, which produced an enhanced water drink called Formula 50.
He earned about $100-$150 million from this deal (after the taxes).
Jackson also has invested in Mining Bitcoins. Currently, his earnings from mining are worth $7 million to $8.5 million.
Besides his record label, fashion, and mining businesses, Jackson also has an investment in Real Estate, Boxing Promotions, Consumer Electronics, and Financial Market Investment.
He was also a minority shareholder in Effen Vodka Company, and in July 2017, he sold his minority stake for about $60 million.
Curtis also gained sponsors like Reebok, which endorses annually about $4 million.
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50 Cent’s Cars and Houses
Like most famous rappers and celebrities, 50 Cent likes luxury cars and luxurious houses.
Being a successful businessman and entrepreneur, there is no cash shortage to fulfill the desire to own luxurious cars and mansions.
He owns many luxurious cars and even a few bikes. However, he also sees his cars as an investment, as they tend to never go out of style and always have a monetary value.
Here are some of the prized and luxurious cars owned by Curtis 50 Cent Jackson:
Rolls Royce Drophead
Rolls Royce Drophead has a 6-speed automatic transmission and V12 engine, which he gifted for his 43rd birthday.
Built with 4.7 liters aspirated Tipo V12 engine, including 6-speed manual transmission, power to weight ratio of 2.69 kg per horsepower, with anti-roll bars on the front and rear, which goes from 0- 60 mph in 3.8 seconds.
Perfect car to showcase his class and luxury.
Rolls Royce Ghost
It is built with an N74B66 engine with 8-speed automatic gearbox, which goes from 0 – 60 mph in 4.7 seconds.
Design inspired by Ferrari Enzo, powered by 6.0L F140 V12 engine, with 6-speed manual transmission having a top speed of 205mph, and a 0-60 mph speed in 3.7 seconds.
Ferrari 599 gt Fiorano
A slightly modified version of Ferrari Enzo’s 6-liters V12 with 611 bhp has a top speed of 205 mph and can achieve 0-60 mph in 3.6 seconds.
50 Cent paid about $500,000 for this sweet ride.
50 Cent acquired this lavish Lamborghini for a staggering amount of $300,000.
It was built with a 6.2L V12 engine with more than 500 hp, with a speed of 0-60mph in 3.8 seconds. Perfect for the 50 Cent’s love for speed.
Among the prized possession of cars that we have featured, Jackson has several others that make his car collection exclusive.
He owns 2013 Bentley Mulsanne, with its signature twin-turbo 6.8L pushrod V8 engine.
Jackson also owns a custom-built car, which has been called the ”White Lightning”. It cost $1.55 million, and it also has a Top-Gun style touch screen display in the cockpit.
Similarly, he also has a Land Rover 2011 and even has his own 50 Cent edition of Pontiac G8.
Likewise, he also owns a bike, a 2012 Yamaha YZF-R1.
50 Cent used to live in his mansion in Farmington, Connecticut, previously owned by non-other than Mike Tyson himself. Later, 50 Cent bought the house for $4.1 million.
The mansion is built in 50,000 sq/ft, which has 50 rooms, including a home cinema, 19 bedrooms, an outdoor pool, an indoor pool.
The mansion also has four kitchens, a saloon, a full gym, and a gaming room with plenty more rooms to chill and hang out.
And, later in 2019, he sold the mansion for $3 million.
50 Cent has a massive Mansion in Africa which he bought back in 2015.
He also has other investment properties in Long Island and Atlanta and an apartment in New Jersey, which the rapper leases from time to time.
50 Cent’s Lifestyle, Bankruptcy, and Vacation
Curtis Jackson lives a very lavish and luxurious lifestyle. He likes to ride expensive cars, lives in a luxury house, and travels around the world.
Recently, he took a vacation with his GF in the Bahamas.
There is rumored that the rapper spends around $100,000 monthly for his wardrobe, a personal stylist, household, food, and travels.
Likewise, the rapper also loves Krieger watches.
Despite earning in such figures, the raper file for bankruptcy in 2015. It is speculated that 50 Cent file for bankruptcy to avoid paying taxes.
Curtis Jackson has his charity foundation called G-Unit Foundation, an American non-profit organization that focuses on improving the low-income communities around the U.S.
In 2019, Jackson sold his home in Farmington for $3 million, and all the money was donated to his charities and causes.
Despite having his charity foundation, 50 also supports LIFEbeat, Ocra Network, New York Restoration, and Shiners Hospital for Children.
He also supports Feeding America, which supports the cause of HIV/AIDS, Animal Cruelty, At-Risk/disadvantaged youths, Conservation, Children’s, Environment, Poverty, and Veteran/Service Member Support.
Movies, Investments, Endorsement, and Book Publication
The rapper has featured in 31 Television programs and 25 films.
He also has many investments in different ventures: headphones, footwear, Casper mattresses, Le Chemin du Roi Champagne, and Branson Cognac.
On the other hand, Curtis also has a minority of bitcoin mining investments and allegedly gained a huge profit.
On the contrary, Jackson has an endorsement deal with Effen Vodka, Frigo, Gunnar, Hostelworld, KidzSafe Audio, and Reebok.
As for his Book Publication, Curtis has published around 30 books, which all can be found on amazon for sale.
Below are the names of the books written by 50 Cent throughout the years:
- The 50th Law (2008)
- Hustle Harder, Hustle Smarter (2020)
- Death before Dishonour (2007)
- Playground (2011)
- From Pieces to Weight (2005)
- The Diamond District (2008)
- Formula 50: A 6-Week Workout and Nutrition Plan that will Transform your life (2012)
50 Cent learned how to rap, write songs, create choruses, etc., from Jam Master Jay.
In 1999, Jackson was signed to Columbia Records, and a year later, he released his debut album, ‘Power of the Dollar.’
One of his biggest breakthroughs was his rap single called, ‘How to Rob’, which made him famous and gained the attention of Jay-Z, DMX, and other major artists of their period.
Later in 2002, he released a mixtape called ”Guess Who’s Back?” when Eminem discovered Curtis 50 Cent Jackson and signed a deal with Dr. Dre.
Since then, the American rapper has released many albums and earned a great deal of fame and wealth.
3 Facts about 50 Cent
Here are the three most interesting facts about 50 Cent:
- 50 Cent’s mother was a drug dealer and was killed in a fire when he was 8, and later raised by his grandmother.
- At the age of 11, the rapper started to train in boxing, and by the time he was 14, he was selling cracks and was quite an infamous drug dealer.
- The rapper wears a bulletproof vest, so does his G-Unit members, and even his SUV is bulletproof and bombproof.
Quotes from 50 Cent
“I love you like a fat kid, love cake.”
“You shouldn’t throw stones if you live in a glasshouse, and if you got a glass jaw, you should watch yo mouth: cause I’ll break yo face.”
“In Hollywood, they say there’s no business like show business in the hood they say there’s no business like a ho business.”