50 Cent spared no expense at a New York steakhouse on Monday.
The “In Da Club” rapper hosted an intimate dinner at the Brooklyn Chop House’s Times Square location, leaving a $1,000 tip on the bill, sources told Page Six privately.
We hear that 50 Cent, whose real name is Curtis Jackson, is holding a night for the Branson Cognac brand and celebrating a new deal.
The 47-year-old “Power” star ordered “every item on the menu” including salt and pepper lobster and multiple steaks and stayed until the restaurant closed, according to insider information.
We were told, “He held a feast for his team”.
Among the attendees were “special guest” DaBaby, Power 105.1 DJ Self, DJ Camilo and “Power Book II: Ghost” star Woody McClain.
DaBaby, 31, wrote “Hate or love him?” under a series of Instagram photos from the evening.
“I had dinner with my Role Model last night. I’ve never entered the room with @50cent without learning something new.
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DJ Fort Nox shared a video revealing a special cocktail menu from inside the dinner.
Branson Cognac and Le Chemin du Roi Champagne have entered into a deal with the Houston Rockets and Toyota Center to be sold at NBA team games and other events in March.
“Since I moved to Houston in January 2021, the love this city has shown me has inspired me to make a positive and lasting impact in society,” 50 Cent said at the time.
“My investment in the Houston Rockets and their investment in my charity makes this partnership even more special to me. I’m excited for what the future brings.”