Rapper 50 Cent maintaining that hustler mentality from the streets of Queens, New York has inked a deal with GM's Pontiac to continue to make his money longer. At the 2007 SEMA Show in Las Vegas, the rapper unveiled his customized version of Pontiac's G8.See Also:
50 Cent's Customized Pontiac G8
Teaming up with Pontiac and celebrity car tuner, Will Castro, well known for his TV show Unique Whips, to create a fully customized G8 sedan with unique features including headrests and floor mats stitched with a 50 Cent logo and an 800 watt audio system.
"Partnering with Pontiac has given me the opportunity to create something truly unique - a customized performance vehicle I am really proud of," 50 Cent said. "The G8 is like none other and it pushes the boundaries of what people think a car has to be."
50 showed off his enthusiasm for Pontiac's earlier this year in the video for his single "Amusement Park", which featured the Pontiac's G8 and G6 GXP.
The G8 goes on sale nationally in early 2008.
Rapper Tony Yayo will stand trial January 10 for his alleged assault on the 14 year-old son of The Game's manager Jimmy "Henchmen" Rosemond.
According to MTV News, it has been reported that the judge has decided to combine Tony Yayo's case with Lowell "Lodi Mack" Fletcher who is described as an honorary G-Unit member. Lowell is also accused of assaulting the 14 year-old boy in an altercation that took place in March 2007.
There is a long simmering feud between 50 Cent and Jimmy "Henchmen" Rosemond which was aggravated by the alleged assault back in March.
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