50 Cent and G-Unit take it back to the Motherland, Africa

50 Cent and G-Unit take it back to the Motherland

Hip Hop Artist, Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson and what's left of his G-Unit crew (Ya'll know he stay kicking folks out) visited South Africa to perform at the Coca Cola Dome in Johannesburg. While there, 50 and the boys decided to take the opportunity to, perhaps, gain a better appreciation and understanding of the motherland while taking in the sites. 50 posed for photos with Nelson Mandela and was given a lesson on Apartheid and its effect on South Africa by Mandela's grandson, Mandia. He also visited Soweto's Platinum mines, The Apartheid Museum as well as the Memorial at the prison quarry on Robben Island. Let's hope this little cross country jaunt has given Mr. Jackson a new persepective and has changed him for the better.

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