Why did 50 Cent ban Trey Songz from Future Tycoon weekend events?

50 Cent is an American rapper, entertainer, and businessman. Known for his impact on the hip-hop industry, he has been described as a “master of the nuanced art of lyrical brevity”. Born in the Queens neighborhood of southern Jamaica, Jackson, also known as 50 Cent, began dealing drugs at age 12 during the crack epidemic of the 1980s. He later began to pursue a music career and in 2000 produced Power of the Dollar for Columbia Records; however, days before the planned release, he was shot, and the album was reportedly never released. In 2002, after 50 Cent released the Guess Who’s Back? mixtape, Eminem founded it and reportedly signed to Shady Records, under the aegis of Dr Dre’s Aftermath Entertainment and Interscope Records.

50 Cent has reportedly banned Trey Songz from future Tycoon Weekend events in Houston. On Wednesday, August 31, rapper 50 Cent bounced on his Instagram page and reported that Trey Songz has been banned from attending Tycoon Weekend, an annual event he currently hosts in the Texas city. The New York powerhouse featured in posting a photograph of the R&B vocalist with bold letters written across the image that read: ‘BANNED FROM TYCOON.’ 50 Cent further explained his reasoning to the captain. He said: ‘The last TYCOON crashed a Wraith, this TYCOON was acting crazy, wanting to fight and shit over girls. He broke some poop in his room @antthaladiesman No tell @treysongz he can’t come. smh, along with a thinking emoticon.

Rapper 50 Cent Bans Trey Songz From Future Tycoon Weekend Events

50 Cent reportedly called Trey Songz on Tuesday, whom he said is banned from future events due to his bad behavior, which included breaking things at events and fighting over ladies. The 50 Cent’s Tycoon Houston Comedy Music Fest took place last weekend. The event reportedly attracted a large group who were there to help the rapper and creator’s G-Unity Foundation, which facilitated the event to raise money for charity. The event was held at the Toyota Center on August 25 and featured artists B-Simone, Karlous Miller, Michael Blackson, Bill Bellamy, DC Young Fly, Jess Hilarious, Gary Owen, Lil Duval, and D’Lai. 50 Cent also gave a closing performance along with a special guest friend.

All funds from the event go to the G-Unity Foundation and the G-Unity Business Lab with the Houston Independent School District to assist in the educational endeavors of students, particularly in business. In any case, it appears that Trey Songz’s appearance for the second year in a row left a strong desire in 50 Cent’s mouth as he criticized the R&B vocalist for creating chaos. 50 Cent shared on his Instagram account a poster with a stamp that expressed Banned From Tycoon, which was placed in red over a photograph of Trey Songz.

Trey Songz has not responded to 50 Cent at this time, however, he has been extremely quiet since the year began as multiple women have reportedly accused him of sexual assault. He had a mini-week last month after a witness admitted that a lawyer promised to pay her on the assumption that she lied about witnessing Trey Songz assaulting a lady. A determination of that case has not been made at this time. He still faces indictments and an upcoming civil lawsuit from former UNLV basketball player Dylan Gonzalez, who blamed him for assaulting her at a Las Vegas hotel.

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