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Friday, April 1, 2016

O2 Launch 50 Cent Headphones

O2 are preparing to launch a new range of 50 Cent headphones - and you could get yours signed by the man himself.

A good pair of headphones will never let you down. After all, there's no point in building and developing an immaculate music collection if you don't have a right headphones.

Thankfully, O2 are on hand to supply something different. The technology brand have teamed up with American rap star 50 Cent to add SMS Audio Headphones to their range.

First, the technie bit. O2 are currently selling three different types of headphones: STREET by 50 in-ear (£99.95), STREET by 50 over-ear (£199.95) and SYNC by 50 (£299.95).

STREET by 50 in-ear headphones are on sale from O2 for £99.95 and contain use professionally-tuned drivers and gold-plated connectors to deliver high quality sound. STREET by 50 over-ear headphones are on sale from O2 for £199.95 and use professionally-tuned 40mm drivers to deliver crisp sound and enhanced bass.

SYNC by 50 headphones, meanwhile, are on sale from O2 for £299.95, with their Kleer technology giving Sync by 50 16-bit digital sound and boasts longer battery life, less interference and no feedback.

Each are on sale now, but O2 have supplied a little surprise for early adaptors.

If you buy a pair of SMS Audio Headphones before Thursday (July 12th) then you will be invited along to the O2 to get yours signed by 50 Cent.

The rapper will be appearing at the O2 on Thursday (July 12th) and will be meeting and greeting fans. There’ll also be headphones on sale in the O2 store on the night however stocks will be limited.

If you can't make the event then don't fret - 50 Cent will still be on Twitter. The rapper will be taking questions from fans, so if you would like to ask 50 a question can tweet it @O2 using #50questions and it may get a video response from 50 himself.

50 Cent Is Not Happy About The "New York Times" Bankruptcy Article! (PICS)

50 Cent is famous for posting pics with rants on social media and taking them down so let's see how long this one stays up!  50 posted this pic and a caption of displeasure about the latest New York Times article about his bankruptcy case...

He posted this pic on social media about an hour after a New York Times article was posted with the latest update in his bankruptcy case.  The caption reads: "The New York Times is full of shit. I would never disrespect the court system. The judge never told me what I could or couldn't post on social networks. Then you edit the caption under my picture, to make it what you want it to be. SMH".

The New York Times is full of shit. I would ...

The bankruptcy court judge has been “concerned about allegations of nondisclosure and a lack of transparency” since some of the Instagram pics of him posing with cash were brought to the attention of the judge by 50 Cent's "creditors who said in a court document that the pictures were, 'at a minimum, openly contemptuous' of the bankruptcy process." (Think back to him spelling out "BROKE" in cash)

Court documents filed by 50 Cent claim the cash in the photos was "prop money" and went on to say that, "Just because I am photographed in or next to a certain vehicle, wearing an article of clothing, holding a product, sitting next to what appears to be large sums of money or modeling expensive pieces of jewelry does not meant that I own everything in those photos.”

At the end of the New York Times  article, they linked to a pic that 50 Cent posted on Twitter shortly after his court appearance yesterday (that has since been deleted) but is still on his Facebook page (at the time I'm posting this, anyway) with more CASH (real or fake, who knows) in his waistband with the caption: "For some reason people love me. I went to court today and all I felt was love. They asked me about money I said I ain't got none, but if you want some m&m's here ya go."

For some reason people love me. I went to court