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50 Cent shows compassionate side, finances slain teen's procession

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50 Cent shelled out money for the funeral procession of a teenage girl gunned down in New York. According to allhiphop.com, the girl was reported to have been the incorrect target of the violence. D'aja Robinson was a 14-year old shot in the head while on the bus in Jamaica Queens. Deep down inside every hard exterior lies a wonderful man full of good deeds. This week's man of those good deeds is rapper 50 Cent. Though 50 Cent is known for beefs and at the same time dope' music, he evens it out with thoughtful acts like this one. Many people are not aware of the extent of 50 Cent's humanitarian side. As media is very quick to report the negative sides of an artist, I've put together a list showing the good efforts of 50 as well. Every artist with enough money in the bank should give back as much as possible towards the good of humanity. However, we can't help but see what most tend to care the most about which is the foreign cars and nights at the strip clubs. Knowing your background lifted your spirits to grind harder and make a better way, is reason enough to grind just as hard to make a better way of life. Kudos to entertainers like 50 Cent who are doing just that.

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