50 Cent has donated $10,000 to the breast cancer organization, Passion for Pink, at their fundraiser over the weekend (Oct. 17). The nonprofit is operated by the mother of Wild N’ Out‘s Hitman Holla, Sevmek Fulton.
If you noticed me over the years you know I don't mind fighting. I been fighting my whole life. I had to fight in my hood for position, fight my way into music,fight to Win. Now I gotta fight to keep it, it's cool it's just another fight. The only lost on my record is to cancer my Nana was the love of my life, but @hitmanholla mom is gonna Win the rematch for me. #EFFENVODKA #FRIGO #SMSAUDIO
Fif made sure to have Effen Vodka sponsor the event and promised to match other donations for up to $10,000 as well. Ali of the former rap group the St. Lunatics was the one who initially reached out to the “Nine Shots” rapper about the charity event, according to FOX 2.
“I was just happy,” Hitman Holla said he felt about 50 getting involved. “I tweeted to 50 like thanks, man. I just love support, can’t thank Ali enough.”