50 Cent Reflects On Receiving Hollywood Walk Of Fame Star

50 Cent Reflects On Receiving Hollywood Walk Of Fame Star – Earlier this week, 50 Cent took to social media to remember his Hollywood Walk Of Fame Star, 1 year down the line. The rapper took time to reflect on the 1 year anniversary of his Hollywood Walk Of Fame induction, an event that saw his longtime collaborators Eminem and Dr. Dre turn out to support him. Even though 50 Cent more often than not portrays the image of a cold and generally an unforgiving individual, there are times the rapper remembers moments that matter to him with as much nostalgia as the rest of us.

“1 year ago today I received my star on the walk of fame,” He captioned, sharing a few snapshots from the momentous occasion. “Cool shit!”

Conway The Machine, with whom 50 Cent collaborated on the gully Griselda banger “City On The Map,” hit the comments firing off a goat emoji. Machine clearly, recognizes that Fif’s pen game deserves as much credit as his business acumen. DC Young Fly on the other hand had a more hilarious take on the image, pointing out that Fif is “the only Mafukka that can get Eminem out the house.”

One year down the line, after 50’s big day and it’s still impressive to see how powerful the entity once known as the “3-Headed-Monster” remains today. Very few rap dynasties spark as much nostalgia as Shady/Aftermath in their heyday, an era that brought 50 Cent fans at the helm of his craft. And although they haven’t exactly been working together on any new music, it’s evident that both Dre and Eminem still remain loyal to 50, having come through to show support during his big ceremony. The rap mogul still continues to expand his entertainment profile and empire since venturing into TV content production with his current shows Power and For Life turning out to be huge successes.

We take this opportunity in congratulating 50 Cent, as he marks 1 year anniversary of his Hollywood Walk Of Fame induction.

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