In 2000, 50 Cent was shot point-blank nine times in front of his home as his grandmother worked in the yard nearby. Watch as 50 Cent relives that day and shares with Oprah what he went through in his physical and emotional recovery.
Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson had been hustling for almost a decade when his son, Marquise, was born in 1996. He says the moment he became a father, he knew he could never deal drugs again. Watch as he talks to Oprah about his own experience growing up without a father and how his experience with fatherhood made him a better person.
Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson says he's not the same person—or artist—he was when he exploded on the music scene nearly a decade ago. He also says he feels he's lost some of his original audience because they haven't evolved at the same rate he has, both personally and spiritually. Watch as 50 Cent opens up about meditating, what he's learned from spiritual teacher Deepak Chopra, and who he really is today.
After his mother died when he was just 8 years old, 50 Cent came to live with his grandparents. Watch as Beulah Jackson reveals what she thinks of his music and why she's never been to one of his concerts.
Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson's mother, Sabrina, had him when she was 15 years old. She died when he was only 8. Watch as he reflects on whether his mother would have been proud of the decisions he's made in life.
In 2003, Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson purchased Mike Tyson's 52-room Connecticut mansion for $4.1 million. It's now up for sale for $10 million. Among its amenities are 25 bathrooms, a screening room, a dance club and a casino. Go inside the home. Plus, watch as 50 Cent talks about giving up the "homeboy complex" that came along with the house and discusses his approach to staying financially responsible.
After a lunch with billionaire philanthropist Ray Chambers, Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson tells Oprah, the rapper began to think about how to leave a legacy that reflects his true personal character. Watch as he opens up about why he's working to make a positive change in the world.
Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson says he was looking for a way to make a difference, so he started working with the United Nations World Food Programme. Learn why Oprah says his work with the program in Africa caught her attention. Plus, find out why 50 Cent says delayed gratification is a sign of true success.