50 Cent Proves He Really Doesn't Need Rap Money Anymore: "What Did You Do Today, I'm Working"
New York rapper 50 Cent is really making a career outside of the hip-hop game. The rap star has hit up social media to show just how far he's ventured away from the music biz.
Fif went to Instagram Sunday (February 4) to flex documents showing he's taking steps as a TV director.
Putting in that work 📸 @50cent 👌🏾👌🏾👌🏾 pic.twitter.com/hK6uvP6cSj
— SOHH (@sohh) March 4, 2018
A few days ago, 50 Cent linked up with Def Jam head Paul Rosenberg.
We’re liking this look 📸 @50cent @rosenberg #DefJam @DefJamRecords pic.twitter.com/sj6nLGrhZd
— SOHH (@sohh) March 2, 2018
Caught up with an old friend this afternoon... 👀 @50cent #Shady #Gunit
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Back in August 2017, buzz developed on Eminem's manager landing a top executive spot at Def Jam.
Eminem’s longtime manager Paul Rosenberg is taking a top executive position at Def Jam Records, Variety has confirmed. Rosenberg will continue to manage Eminem and is expected to start as CEO of Def Jam in Jan. 2018. Hits previously reported his appointment. (Variety)
Rosenberg is most known for working with Slim Shady and managing other artists.
Paul Rosenberg is stepping in as the new head of Def Jam, effective Jan. 1, 2018. Steve Bartels will continue to helm the company in the interim. The well liked and highly respected Rosenberg is best known as the manager of Eminem and the co-founder of Em’s Shady Records. His Goliath Artists management shop has continued to develop hip-hop and other artists over the last several years. (HITS Daily Double)
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