50 Cent made news this week when he decided not to be the opening act for troubled singer Cbris Brown, who is currently on tour.
The rapper said he pulled out because Brown's tour "wasn't handled correctly", and he is currently still on a film set.
Meanwhile, Brown is busy ducking and dodging the process servers hired by his ex-girlfriend Karrueche Tran. Karrueche filed a restraining order on Brown for allegedly stalking and harassing her.
A judge has pushed the date back to mid April for a hearing to grant Karrueche a permanent protection order. What is wrong with that boy?
via WENN.com -- The In da Club hitmaker was reportedly slated to be the main opening act on the Loyal singer's Party Tour, which kicks off in Baltimore, Maryland on Friday, March 31, but his name has since been removed from all promotional materials, which listed other support acts such as Fabolous, O.T. Genasis, and Kap G.
TMZ.com reported that 50 Cent, real name Curtis Jackson, left the tour because of a dispute over money. According to the site, both parties had agreed on his fee for the gig so executives at Live Nation, the company organizing the shows, reportedly assumed he was on board and began promoting his appearance.
However, when it came to signing the contract, the rapper and Live Nation were "hundreds of thousands of dollars apart" on terms and attempts to negotiate fell through and he walked away.
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