Why did 50 Cent Ban Trey Songz From Future Tycoon Weekend Events?

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50 Cent is an American rapper, entertainer and businessman. Known for his influence on the hip-hop industry, he has been described as a ‘master of the subtle art of lyrical brevity’. Born in the South Jamaica neighborhood of Queens, Jackson, aka 50 Cent, began selling drugs at the age of 12 during the crack epidemic of the 1980s. He later pursued a music career and in 2000 produced Power of the Dollar for Columbia Records; However, a few days before the planned release, it was filmed and the album was never released. In 2002, 50 Cent’s Guess Who’s Back? After releasing a mixtape of the title, he was founded by Eminem and signed to Shady Records under the auspices of Dr Dre’s Aftermath Entertainment and Interscope Records.

50 Cent has banned Trey Songz from future Tycoon Weekend events in Houston. Rapper 50 Cent took to his Instagram page on Wednesday August 31 to report that Trey Song has been banned from Tycoon Weekend, an annual event he currently throws in the Texas city. The New York powerhouse posted a photo of the R&B singer with bold letters written across the image: ‘Banned from Tycoon’. 50 Cent explains why to the captain. He said, ‘The last tycoon crashed Wraith, this tycoon was acting crazy, wanting to fight and flirt with girls. He split some poo in his room @antthaladiesman Nah tell @treysongz he can’t come. smh, in favor of the thinking emoticon.

Rapper 50 Cent Bans Trey Songz From Future Tycoon Weekend Events

50 Cent called out Trey Songz on Tuesday, who he said has been banned from future shows due to his bad behavior, which has included breaking things at shows and fighting over women. 50 Cent’s Tycoon Houston Comedy Music Fest last weekend drew a large crowd to support the rapper and producer’s G-Unity Foundation, which facilitated the event to raise funds for charity. The event was held on August 25 at the Toyota Center and featured entertainment from B-Simone, Carlos Miller, Michael Blackson, Bill Bellamy, DC Young Fly, Jess Hilarious, Gary Owen, Lil Duvall and D’Lay. 50 Cent also gave a closing performance with a special guest friend.

All funds from the event go to the G-Unity Foundation and G-Unity Business Lab, along with the Houston Independent School District, to support students’ educational endeavors, particularly in business. In any case, it looks like Trey Songz’s participation for the second year in a row left 50 Cent wanting more as he blasted the R&B singer for causing a stir. 50 Cent took to his Instagram account to share a poster with a stamp banning the tycoon, superimposed over a photo of Trey Songz in red.

Trey Songz hasn’t answered 50 percent at this point, however, since the beginning of the year he’s been extremely quiet as several women have accused him of sexual assault. He had a mini week last month after a witness admitted that a lawyer had promised to pay her off assuming she lied about witnessing Trey Songz assault a woman. That matter has not yet been decided. He is still facing charges and an upcoming civil lawsuit by former UNLV basketball player Dylan Gonzalez, who accused him of assaulting her at a Las Vegas hotel.

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