It's a wrap for the first weekend of the 2018 Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival in Indio, California. In its 19th year, the festival did not disappoint. A pregnant Cardi B turned up the heat on stage with G-Eazy, Chance the Rapper and Kehlani. The Weeknd cooled things down with an emotional
Ryan Bader made a quick and impressive debut in the heavyweight division, stopping Muhammed Lawall 15 seconds into the first round of the main event at Bellator 199.
50 Cent is a rapper and actor, not a stand-up comedian, but he feels right at home as the creator and host of BET's new late-night sketch comedy show, "50 Central." The 42-year-old rapper, known to be something of a jokester, told ABC Radio that the show is more than a comedy. "Technically it’s a
The season four finale of "Power" aired on Sunday and despite executive producer 50 Cent 's expressing pride in the hit show, he lashed out at its network broadcaster for what he claimed was a lack of promotion and support. On Sunday, 50 Cent, real name Curtis Jackson, initially lauded the finale
Plus, Corinne Olympios reveals she mixed alcohol with medication on the set of "Bachelor in Paradise," and rapper 50 Cent opens up about fatherhood.
The music star also discusses the upcoming premier of his new show, "50 Central," on BET.
Although the hit series "Power" is set to start season four Sunday, its executive producer 50 Cent already knows when fans will be forced to say goodbye. "I was telling [executives] in the very beginning, when they talked about how long do you think the series is going to last, I said seven," 50
"Power" fans may think they've seen the last of Kanan, played by Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson . In the show's season two finale, Kanan and James "Ghost" St. Patrick go head to head as they fight over who will be top dog in New York City's drug underworld. In the end, we see Kanan engulfed in flames and
Curtis Jackson ( 50 Cent ) and Omari Hardwick are gearing up to launch the third season of their hit drama, "Power." 50 Cent, the executive producer and co-creator of the show, stars as "Kanan" the former boss and mentor of James "Ghost" St. Patrick, played by Omari Hardwick. "Curtis called me, I