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As we previously reported the G-Unit boss visited a refugee camp in the dangerous country of Somalia as a guest of the WFP. The trip was documented by ABC's Nightline. Accompanied by reporter Dan Harris, the record mogul turned humanitarian greeted children, handed out meals and even rapped at the request of some of the kids who had walked miles to get food and medical help.
"I want to be more, not just as an artist but as a person," 50 told Harris "[For] my legacy, what's left behind. I don't want to be a guy who's just remembered for writing a few cool songs."