Recently the hip-hop mogul traveled to a refugee camp in Dolo, Somalia as well as Kenya, alongside DAN HARRIS and ABC News to endorse the United Nations World Food Program.
Both countries recovering from a drought that affected millions of people.
While in the camp 50 shared Facebook pictures of him donating food and spending time with the locals at and encouraged people to “take these photos and re-post to your friends. The world needs to see what is going on.”
“It enlightened me in different ways. To actually see people under the circumstances that I saw was a totally different experience. I don’t think you can prepare yourself for that, no matter how many times you’ve seen the images,” 50 Cent told the Associated Press.
When asked recent actions and participate in the program, 50 responded,“I want to be more, not just as an artist but as a person. My legacy…what’s left behind. I don’t want to be a guy who’s just remembered for writing a few cool songs.”
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