50 Cent Plans to Feed a Billion People in Africa
50 cent is into doing the ultimate deed. The “I Get Money” rapper revealed on Twitter that his goal is to feed one billion people in Africa in the next five years. He adds on that he wants to impact people lives more. A fan replied back questioning about the people needs in 50’s hometown, South Jamaica Queens, New York. “People here have a fair shot. They don’t have water.” he answered. He then suggest his 4.7 million followers to hashtag #SK (Street King) in their tweets if they agree.
50 cent may be known for his unthinkable antics but he does have a heart and loves to give back. In 2007, he cleared a bushy lot that was secured by Bettes NYRP (New York Restoration Project) group back in 1999, which contained outgrown trees and dead grass. One year later, The Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson Community Garden in Queens was officially open for the community to have family activities, movie nights, vegetable growing and more.
In the future, Jackson is set to publish a book about bullying. His aim is to influence positive energy for teenagers. “I drew on events from my own childhood and adolescence, but was excited to see the story take on its own life. This book would have been very helpful for me growing up and now that I have a teenage son, it is my goal that this will have a positive influence on all teenagers.” 50 cent forthcoming book, “Playground” will be available on shelves in 2012.