50 Cent Flips On New York’s $53M Financial Assistant Plan After Mayor Eric Adams Meet-Up

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50 Cent got Mayor Eric Adams’ back!

50 Cent has changed his tone on New York City’s recent financial assistance pilot program for migrants after speaking directly with Mayor Eric Adams.

On Monday (February 5), Adams extended an invitation to Fifty during a news press conference to have a cordial conversation to discuss the city’s $53 million dollar plan to distribute prepaid debit cards for food and supplies to migrant families. Adams invitations follows 50 Cent’s initial remarks about the pilot program, which he criticized in a since-deleted Instagram post earlier this month.

“First to Fitty, I have not had one birthday that I have not played his music,” Adams told reporters in part at a City Hall. “I would love to explain it to him so that he can go out and do another tweet of saying, ‘You know what, Eric is just a smart manager, and now we understand why he was elected by the people of the city of New York.'”

Fifty appears to have taken heed to Adams request, as he soon released a message on Twitter confirming he and Adams spoke about the pilot program and were in agreement that it’s a beneficial move for NYC.

”I talk to @NYCMayor Eric Adams he broke down why this pilot program was put in place,” he wrote. “He appeared to be on point, and on top of things. Now I want to talk to @GovKathyHochul about the laws preventing him from doing things to make the situation better in New York. and where the proposed 2.4 billion she’s planning on spending on migrants is coming from…NOT MY TAXES! gunitbrands.co.”

The pilot program will begin with 500 families seeking asylum in short-term hotel stays such as the Roosevelt Hotel. The amount of funds distributed to families will depend on the size of the family, with a family of four being eligible to receive up to $1,000 a month. 50 Cent previously took issue with the announcement of the program, revealing he didn’t understand it and believed Donald Trump may be the answer to migrant issues in the United States.