- 50 Cent has been applauded after he gave away toys to children in Houston, US
- 50 Cent and some other fortunate people use the Christmas season to give back to less fortunate in their communities
- 50 shared a short clip on Twitter when he arrived at the venue in a truck full of toys for the kids
Some people consider the festive season as a period of giving away to the less fortunate and 50 Cent is also playing his role. The rapper took to social media recently to share that he gave away toys to children in Houston, US.
The superstar shared a short video on Twitter showing him arriving at a venue in his G-Unity Foundation truck which was full of toys for the kids. 50 captioned his post:
"I was having second thoughts about giving all the toys to the kids. Then what am I gonna play with?"
Social media users have taken to his comment section to praise him for his good deed. Check out some of their comments below:
"That was sweet of 50 If he gave any toys away to the kids. He has a heart and I changed my mind about him."
"Nice job man!!! Great to see!!!"
"Nice one @50cent you will make them happy, real man."
"You are a blessing for all those kids and their parents, you are a great person."
"You're such a lovely person, God bless you."
In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that Connie Ferguson took to social media recently to show off her dance moves. The media mogul posted a video of herself and the crew of The Queen having some fun at the set of telenovela. They were getting down to the sounds of Amapiano.
In the clip the media mogul posted on Instagram, Connie is doing the South African dance move involving putting a glass or bottle on top of your head while you bust a move. The star captioned her post:
"It’s been a tough year and we are all exhausted! But somehow the #thequeenmzansi cast and crew manage to maintain high spirits and make the set a fun and happy place for all! And keeping me young and on my toes while at it! Happy Sunday Y’All!"
The Ferguson Films boss' fans took to her comment section to praise her for being a great boss.
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