50 Cent Visits Houston Rockets Career Day And Says, “My Kids Out Here On The Money”

50 Cent Visits Houston Rockets Career Day And Says, "My Kids Out Here On The Money"

This weekend’s annual Black Sports Professional Career Fair was the first time that 50 Cent showed support for the Houston Rockets’ attendance as part of his ongoing engagement with the team.

The creator of “Many Men” uploaded a behind-the-scenes video of himself engaging with fans on Saturday (February 11) before leaving to watch a game at the Toyota Center.

“Why can’t I get a smile? I can’t get nothing out of you,” Fif can be heard saying to a young participant. “How much a smile cost? Five dollars?,” he joked before leaning in to give the young man a hug.

In a later scene of the film, the leader of G-Unit is shown posing for group selfies with fans, throwing merchandise into the throng, and signing basketballs. As he leaves the arena toward the end of the clip, the Get Rich or Die Trying actor engages in a brief conversation with a fan and compliments him for leading a fulfilling life.

“Ya’ll showing off. Damn. That mothafucker hard. Looks like ya’ll could put a ski rack in the back of that. Where ya’ll going, skiing?” he said with a laugh. “That’s what I call good living!”

“Houston different my kids out here on the money. Career day was great, let’s go Rockets!” he captioned the post, emphasizing his appreciation for the people of H-Town.


The Houston Rockets and the rapper’s premium wine and spirits brand, Fif’s Sire Spirits, secured a multi-year collaboration last spring, according to an NBA announcement. This was Fif’s first significant sports engagement.

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