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Diddy's vodka company 'Ciroc' is rival of 50 Cent's premium vodka company 'Effen', but it seems, that this battle is not important for Diddy's Bad Boy Records' artist Meachine Gun Kelly(MGK). He has friendly relationship with 50 Cent and He also was on promotion party of Effen vodka. There he was drinking Effen like a water.
New docs of 50 Cent's bankruptcy paper work show, that G-Unit Records, Inc. has cost him over $10 million in the last three years. This files seems true, because G-Unit last editions: Lloyd Banks-H.F.M.2; 50 Cent-Animal Ambition; G-Unit-'The Beauty of Indefendence' and G-Unit-'The Beast is G-Unit' have not good sales numbers and of course no income. This albums flopped.
The new docs also show that 50 pays $5.000 per month for gardening;
$1.500 for pool maintenance;
$9,000 per month for security;
He also pays Blasian model Daphne Joy a large amount in child support per month.
Effen 50 is working hard to promote and develope his premium vodka brand 'Effen'. 50 Cent is Marketing genius. He made word 'Effen' , symbol of Effen and bottle of Effen, additional thing of G-Unit music. G-Unit released music video 'Bring My Bottle' and whole clip is Effen. 50 Cent also rapping about Effen is hook of 'Bring My Bottle':
Mix the Effen with The Juice
50 Cent Opens Up On Founding SMS Audio, Beats, Headphone Market & More With CNBC
50 Cent's SMS Audio headphone company is one of the leaders in the growing premium headphone industry. The G-Unit mogul sit down with CNBC to talk about founding of SMS Audio headphones, Beats, headphone market and more.
Celebrity clothing lines, one of the first areas in which musicians branched out into retail, came with a sense of friendly competition. 50 said that he made the mistake of thinking that it might be the same with headphones, but he learned competition is much more aggressive in the headphone space.
"When Russell Simmons went into Phat Farm clothing, you saw Rocawear from Jay-Z, you saw Sean John from Puffy, you saw G-Unit from myself, and then numerous other companies," he said. "It showed us that you could successfully utilize the influence generated from music to market things other than music."