- 50 Cent took to social media to share a throwback photo of himself when he was still 15 years old and not much has changed
- The rapper is grateful to his grandmother for standing by him in spirit even after she passed away
- Social media users reacted to 50 Cent's throwback snap and a few were shocked that he still looks the same
American rapper 50 Cent is reflecting on his childhood teen years online and is proud of how far he has come. At the age of 15, the rapper found himself in juvenile prison and admitted that he made a lot of mistakes. He captioned his post:
"Yo, I was 15 in this picture. On the South Side, you have to grow up faster. I made a lot of mistakes I was already in juvie, I remember my Nana coming to see me, she is my angel. She loves me unconditionally."
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The rapper had quite a lot of muscle even at the age of 15 and social media users were stunned at how he hasn't really changed much. 50 Cent worked hard to do better and now has a successful career as a rapper, actor and TV producer.
Take a look at the reactions to 50 Cent's post below:
"Bro did your Nana put steroids in your milk?"
"Still look the same in your childhood picture it's the same as today. Lovely."
"Started from the bottom now we here."
Legit.ng previously reported that 50 Cent gave Ja Rule financial advice on social media and fans were shook. 50 Cent and Ja Rule have a long tumultuous relationship with each other, now that Ja Rule is in debt things got a little shakier.
Ja Rule reportedly owes the IRS $3 million in taxes and 50 Cent is making fun of the situation. Taking to social media, 50 Cent posted a screenshot of the money Ja Rule owes the IRS and captioned his post:
"You've gotta pay your taxes fool."
Ja Rule owes the money along with his wife and they have allegedly refused to pay what they the tax service. He has not publicly commented on the situation yet.
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