(AllHipHop News) The owner of the Connecticut nightclub Club Sinergee has spoken with local police officials multiple times in the past week, to add extra officers to 50 Cent's March 1 party.
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In order to ensure the guests orderly exits at the conclusion of the party, club owner Michael Carusone has scheduled eight to 10 officers to be outside the club, in addition to the private security guards in the club.
The venue holds roughly 700 people and the extra police force is a precautionary measure to handle any excessive crowding outside of people who are denied admission.
This event is the after party for ESPN's Friday Night Fights event at Foxwood Resort Casino in Mashantucket, Connecticut.
50 Cent's new boxing promotion company SMS Promotion is collaborating with DiBella Entertainment for the fight, which will begin at 7pm. Club Sinergee plans to broadcast the fights and await the G-Unit general's arrival after the conclusion of the final fight.
Carusone says VIP passes are still available and people can call (203) 440-2750 for reservations.
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50 Cent started the new boxing venture in November of 2012 and has already had to handle a high profile scandal.
In a recent interview with the New York Daily News, Mr. Jackson denied that one of his boxers, Yuriorkis Gamboa, was a customer of the Miami anti-aging clinic, Biogenesis, which is accused of selling performance enhancing drugs.
Gamboa's name appeared on the questionable clinic's records, a fact that 50 Cent attributes to Gamboa being an unlucky bystander of the embattled rapper's perceived reputation:
"The additional publicity and notoriety that Gamboa has received from being in connection to me — the timing of it makes me feel like that's a part of it, of why he would actually be mentioned at that point."
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