50 Cent set to hold a concert in Nigeria for the second time


Music mogul and multiple award-winning rapper 50 Cent has hinted that he might just be making his way to hold a concert in Nigeria for the second time in history.

The music mogul who recently announced his 2023 tour-themed 'The Final Lap Tour' shared an edited picture of him in the traditional attire of Nigeria on his social media platform with a caption that expressed the rapper's desire to perform in Nigeria once again.

Although an official date has not been confirmed, fans were super excited about the news, and the comment section of the rapper showed them expressing their willingness and desire to have such in the country.

50 Cent, the renowned American rapper and actor, left an indelible mark on Nigeria with his electrifying performance. When the iconic hip-hop artist graced the Nigerian stage, fans from all corners of the country converged to witness a truly unforgettable night.

50 Cent's performance in Nigeria in 2004 at the 'Star Mega Jams' concert was nothing short of legendary. His powerful stage presence, charismatic demeanour, and impeccable showmanship had the crowd on their feet from the very beginning. As he belted out his chart-topping hits, such as "In Da Club," "Candy Shop," and "21 Questions," the energy in the venue was palpable.

What truly set 50 Cent's performance apart was his ability to connect with the audience on a personal level. He took the time to acknowledge the Nigerian culture and expressed his gratitude for the warm reception he received. The crowd responded with roaring applause and a deep sense of appreciation for his respect and enthusiasm.

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