50 Cent put back on the pounds for his “Invitation” tour stop at Club Nokia in Los Angeles on Friday night (June 4). 50 fired off a marathon set of hits spanning the last decade of his career with G-Unit’s Tony Yayo by his side. L.A. fans were treated to a live band and a few special guests.
Boxing champ Floyd Mayweather flashed stacks of paper during “I Got Money,” but didn’t share the wealth. Carmelo Anthony showed his face after “Ayo Technology,” while 50 rocked his Denver Nuggets jersey. And actor Ray Liotta’s 11-year-old daughter Karsen served as an honorary G-Unit member by sharing the stage with 50 on “Outta Control” and “Have a Party.”
"I want three things from this project.. 1st change the name. SKI sounds like a mixtape and 50 is better than that. 2nd be original... If that's making more story telling songs I'm all for it... If it's making a pop album I'm all…"
"yeah, whatever foxy, jay's fixers came through, gave you a little change cause you're starving, made you sign some papers where you can never release the "tell all book" you were working on and now you do what all the others do,…"