50 Cent Hints at Second concert in Nigeria After 19 Years

Curtis Jackson, the US rapper fondly called 50 Cent, has teased the possibility of holding another concert in Nigeria.

The 48-year-old rapper and actor took to social media to share a photo of himself wearing an attire depicting a man from northern Nigeria.

He also hinted that he could hold the ‘The Final Lap’ tour in Nigeria, with a date unannounced yet.

“The Final Lap tour has to go to Nigeria, before it ends. LOL,” he wrote.


50 Cent is presently on tour to commemorate the 20th anniversary of his chart-topping album ‘Get Rich or Die Tryin’.

If the rapper makes his journey to Nigeria official, it will be his second visit to the country following his performance nearly two decades ago.

50 Cent made his debut in Nigeria in 2004 at the ‘Star Mega Jams’ concert. With thrilling performances of chart-topping classics like ‘In Da Club,’ ‘Candy Shop,’ and ’21,’ the rapper made an unforgettable impact.

However, the four-city tour was overshadowed by heated disputes as Nigerian rapper Eedris Adbulkareem and 50 Cent broke out over a deal.

The development eventually forced the US rapper and his team out of Nigeria.

The ‘Jaga Jaga’ hitmaker earlier recalled how 50 Cent and his team disgraced him while aboard a plane.

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