50 Cent’s homies Dr. Dre and Eminem join the “Power” producer to show love during his Hollywood Walk of Fame ceremony. Watch Fif pose it up with his star and more inside…
50 Cent was honored with his own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, nabbing the 2,686th star in the Recording category. Fif had us calling out “Wankstas” in 2002, to partying it up “In The Club” like it was our birthday in 2003, to rooting for drug kingpin turned politician James St. Patrick in his hit STARZ series “Power,” which wraps up February 9th.

50 Cent – real name Curtis Jackson III – had his longtime homies Eminem and Dr. Dre join him for the Hollywood celebration. Em made a rare appearance to speak about his friendship with the 44-year-old rapper-turned-TV producer.

“Of all the things that I don’t remember about 2002, I have a very clear memory of the first time I met 50,” Eminem said during his speech. “And I think one of the first things I noticed when he walked into the room was his presence. It just kind of felt like he’s going to be a star. Like the way he carried himself, his swagger. He was just the whole package.”

“And what’s crazy about it to me is the charisma and the personality, everything matched the intensity of his music. That first album is so classic.”

He continued, “The first time I met 50, I was so excited to meet him, so I started rapping all his songs to him and I didn’t really let him talk, ya know. I kinda was trying to show him how into him I was, but I think I might have probably overdid it.”
Em continued to praise him over his mixtapes, how “different” 50 was, and how impressed he and Dr. Dre was after their first meeting with him.
Yesterday confirmed what me and @drdre already knew back in ’02! Congrats to @50cent on his Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame – hit the site to check the video and gallery – https://t.co/w9OqpJjC1o
: @jeremydeputat pic.twitter.com/ukcg3BW59o
— Marshall Mathers (@Eminem) January 31, 2020
Then he made a joke about staying on 50’s good side because when you’re on his bad side, he just doesn’t stop.
“I’m here today because he’s not only a business partner to me, this is one of the best friends I’ve known in the world,” he continued. “I would say it’s much more fun to be his friend than it is to be his enemy, because this guy is f*cking relentless. And he won’t stop.”

The G-Unit honcho took the podium and gave a shoutout to Dr. Dre & Em for helping catapult his career.
“First, I’d like to thank God for being here and to be apat of this. I’d like to thank both Em and Dre,” he said. “I don’t honestly think my career would have been what it was without their support. Dre is a mentor for the whole squad because he’s been doing it long before that and was able to guide us in different ways without even knowing that he’s doing it.”

50’s girlfriend Cuban Link, his “Power” showrunner Courtney Kemp, “Power” co-stars Joseph Sikora & LaLa Anthony, comedian Michael Blackson, and actor Jackie Long were in the mix to celebrate:

And Michael Blackson made sure to pay 50 back the money he owed him. Ha!

You’ll recall, 50 blasted Jackie for owing him money as well, but we believe it was just a joke.
You can peep the entire ceremony below: 

Fif shared a few flicks from the ceremony on his social media:




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me and G Money A.K.A auntie Geraldine LOL #starzgettheapp #abcforlife #lecheminduroi #bransoncognac
A post shared by 50 Cent (@50cent) on Jan 30, 2020 at 4:27pm PST





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gang shit , tell me how you feel about it? LOL #starzgettheapp #abcforlife Feb 11
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my is in front of the burger joint, i wanted it to be by Trumps so i could get coverage when his gets vandalized. #starzgettheapp #abcforlife Feb11
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me @lala and @_cuban_link POWER bad bitch edition. #starzgettheapp #abcforlife #lecheminduroi #bransoncognac
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me and @michaelblackson chilling he finally gave me my Money Back. Now we all Good for Tycoon in Dallas it lit #lecheminduroi #bransoncognac #starzgettheapp #abcforlife
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His eldest son, Marquise Jackson, was obviously not there.

After the ceremony, 50 changed clothes and made his way to “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” for an appearance. Peep his interview below:

Congrats Fif.
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