|Rapper 50 Cent Prophesises His Own Death|
|Written by Sally West|
|Monday, 16 January 2012 06:42|
The rapper 50 Cent has once again taken to Twitter to pour out his heart. He recently stated that he does not think he has much longer to live. Although he has stated he is not suicidal, he thinks that his time is nearly up.
He tweeted: "I will be honest, I don't think I have much longer to live. That's why I started my Street King Movement, I wanted to mean more in other people's lives."
Street King is the rappers new energy drink brand. The movement basically feeds one hungry child for every can of Street King that is sold.
He also stated that to think about death does not mean he wants to commit suicide. He said if he died tonight he would be okay. Because he knows he has taken care of those who took care of him when he couldn't take care of himself.
The rapper has also taken to Twitter to complain about the direction his music is going. He stated that he is not happy with the team he is on. He said he will not be promoting his music at all. Once the new album is released he will go on to focus on a film that he has put together. He also stressed that he is not dwelling on it and that he does not wish to be remembered this way.
There have been concerns recently over 50's mental state, with a string of very bizarre Tweets. One of the Tweets stated that he wished he was a bird, he also posted bizarre joke pictures of rapper Jay-Z's baby Blue Ivy Carter last week.
50 Cent's next album will be called 'Black Magic' and is produced by Dr. Dre and Swizz Beats. The album is due for release this summer.
|Last Updated on Monday, 16 January 2012 06:45|
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