50 Cent Warns Fans Of Fake Promotion For Paris Show - He Tells Them Not To Buy Tickets
A concert promotion company that's called Concert France just announced that 50 Cent would make a stop in Paris on New Year's Eve. This company has been advertising the event since way back in September.
The concert date gained so much traction that made 50 Cent expose this whole deal as a scam, HNHH reports.
The online publication reported that the rapper says that he will not be playing any shows in Paris on January 1st, 2019.
50 Cent even uploaded a message on his social media account that alerts his fans and followers of this whole situation.
He wrote the text in caps lock with bold letters:
'I'm not going a show in Paris Jan. 1 2019. Fake Promotion. Do not buy tickets.'
He said 'I hate to see people who support me getting beat out of their money.'
'Damn @50cent I already bought my tickets.. You reimbursing @50cent ??? I need a refund you announced it tooo late ?' someone wrote in the comments section.
Another fan told 50 Cent 'Come anyway, it's been a fu*king longtime since the last time you came to perform a show.'
Someone else asked 'Ok but how many did you get bought so far? Return the money [email protected]'
Another follower wants the rapper to go there and fix things himself: 'Please show up at the venue and take care of this. “We must all fear evil men. But there is another kind of evil which we must fear most, and that is the indifference of good men”'
50 Cent recently posted a picture featuring Kim Porter with Diddy and wrote: ‘R.I.P to Kim Porter; I send my condolences to her close friends and family. She was loved, and she will be missed dearly. I know Puff’s hit right now he loved her for real, soulmate type s**t. Chin up Puff, Positive vibes only.’