50 Cent's Explanation on Why He No Longer Wears Bulletproof Vests Featured in Men's Health

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Despite never truly fading from the public eye, 50 Cent has burst back into the spotlight for many this year. Currently embarking on an enormous 93-stop tour to commemorate the 20th anniversary of his 2003 masterpiece "Get Rich Or Dye Tryin'," he has also made a surprise appearance on Nas' latest album, "Magic 2." The duo collaborated on a track called "Office Hours," marking their first joint venture in over two decades. In a recent viral excerpt from his conversation with Men's Health, which can be found at [MY_REDIRECT_PREFIX]https://www.hotnewhiphop.com/700568-50-cent-recaps-early-career-mens-health-hip-hop-news, 50 delve into how he learned to appreciate himself and cease his pursuit of every woman he encountered after attaining celebrity status.

Further revelations from the interview have since come to light, shedding light on why 50 Cent decided to stop donning his iconic bulletproof vest. His response begins by questioning, "When did I cease wearing the bulletproof vest? I cannot provide a precise timeline for that." He goes on to explain, "You know what occurred? I acquired other assets. I obtained vehicles equivalent to level 6, exactly what Obama rides around in. So, it no longer made sense to wear it daily because it was only necessary for that specific interval when entering and exiting buildings. Consequently, I gradually began wearing it less, although it remained a prominent part of my image. During the early stages of my career, I was often seen with it rather than without it."

A New Chapter: 50 Cent's Departure from the Bulletproof Vest

Recently, during a break from his ongoing tour, 50 Cent caught up with Benny The Butcher, a Griselda rapper, backstage. Their meeting ignited a desire among fans for a potential collaboration between the two artists. And they aren't the only ones hoping for more exciting partnerships following 50 Cent's collaboration with Nas.

Last week, Waka Flocka expressed his desire for 50 Cent and Busta Rhymes to join forces for an entire collaborative album. Although not an official announcement, fans enthusiastically embraced the idea. What are your thoughts on 50 Cent's explanation for abandoning his trademark bulletproof vest? Share your opinions in the comments below.

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