50 Cent says that his highly-anticipated Final Lap Tour could be his last for the foreseeable future. He's putting on the world tour in celebration of the 20th anniversary of his debut album Get Rich or Die Tryin'. On Instagram Live, he revealed that he's sold over 500,000 tickets in the week since announcing the dates.
"Because ticket sales are doing so well they're adding new markets so the UK, North America, and possibly Australia will be in there," 50 told his fans. "I gotta get to Africa. I got a lot of spots I gotta hit before I be done, because this is the Final Lap Tour."
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He continued: "I won't be running around like this no more. I gotta do my film and television stuff and got a lot of other things going on behind the scenes that I gotta work on. So I won't be out touring as much as I've been touring... I'm having fun this time because it's set up to enjoy myself, we not feeling pressure."
For the Final Lap Tour, 50 will be performing a total of 64 shows across the globe. The trek will begin on July 21 in Salt Lake City, Utah, and see him travel across North America until September 17. At that point, he'll fly over to Europe and perform in Amsterdam, Oslo, Zurich, Paris, London, and more cities. He'll be bringing along Busta Rhymes and Jeremih.
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50 Cent recently discussed what fans can expect from the tour during an interview with USA Today. "It's gonna be a whole new show," 50 Cent shared of his upcoming concerts. "Sometimes out of habit, you go to certain records. People love other things on it, so I wanna make sure I touch those records before I don't do those anymore."
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