50 Cent was previously in the news as the rapper filed documents to seize Teairra Mari’s assets.
Now, 50 is back in the news, this time giving back, as he partnered with the Mayor of Houston to create a program set to help high school students at three schools that reportedly underperformed in the past. It was revealed that 50 committed $300,000 to team up with Horizon Unlimited, Houston ISD, and the G-Unity Foundation to power the G-Star program that will be Kashmere, Worthing, and Wheatly High School. Reports noted the program’s goal is to help students learn business skills that lean into entrepreneurship. Along with that, the students will be receiving Masters-level lessons in those skills.