50 Cent delighted fans in Peru

Isabel Guerra

The popular rapper known as 50 Cent played Saturday night before a huge crowd of Peruvian fans during the Second Urban Dance Festival at Monumental stadium in Lima.

This event, which first edition brought Daddy Yankee to Lima las year, had also the participation off reggaeton superstars Tego Calderón and “Tito el Bambino”.

Interpreting some of his most famous hits, such as “P.I.M.P.” or “Candy Shop,” “What’s up gangsta,” or “I get my money” among some others, 50 Cent won the preferences of the Peruvian audience.

Some memorable parts of the concert included the 34-year-old rapper holding a Peruvian flag and saying he was really impressed during his stay in Lima.

50 Cent, whose real name is Curtis Jackson, was accompanied during the show by G-Unit members: Lloyd Banks, Tony Yayo and DJ Whoo Kid.

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