American iconic rapper, television producer, and businessman, Curtis James Jackson III, professionally known as 50 Cent, is set to visit Nigeria for the second time after 19 years.
The “In da Club” singer took to his verified Instagram page to hint at his plans despite not announcing a tour date.
In his post, 50 Cent said that he had decided to bring ‘the final lap’ of his ongoing music tour to Nigeria, with the possibility of hosting a concert there.
He shared a photo of himself dressed in traditional Nigerian anttire along with the renowned cap that’s worn by the country’s president, Muhammadu Buhari.
‘The Final tour has to go to Nigeria, before its ends. LOL #bransoncognac #lecheminduroi’ – he captioned the post.
50 Cent last visited Nigeria in 2004.
The Grammy-winning rapper is currently going on tour with his “Final Lap Tour” to celebrate the 20th anniversary of his mega-hit album Get Rich or Die Tryin.
The tour is scheduled to conclude on December 14, 2023, with a live show in Auckland’s Spark Arena.
— 50cent (@50cent) October 4, 2023