The one who dominated the rap world in the 2000s paid tribute to the late basketball player Kobe Bryant.
The American rapper 50 Cent unveiled his star on the famous Hollywood “Walk of Fame” on Thursday during a ceremony where he took the opportunity to pay tribute to the late Los Angeles Lakers basketball player, Kobe Bryant.
“How to represent Kobe in one word? The discipline. Two words: passion. He was passionate. He was working and there weren’t many guys who could beat Kobe Bryant, “he said of the NBA legend, who died Sunday at the age of 41 in a tragic helicopter accident with her daughter.
For the ceremony, 50 Cent, which dominated the rap world in the 2000s thanks to its sultry image of gangsta-rapper, was notably accompanied by its producers, mentors and friends Eminem and Dr. Dre.
When they first met, the white Detroit rapper remembered saying to himself, “He’s going to be a star,” he said. “It was his way of behaving, his style, everything. He seemed to have it all. ”
Originally from New York, Curtis Jackson, whose real name is, has been relatively discreet in the music world in recent years to focus on business or television. Its star is 2.686th on the famous Californian boulevard, very popular with tourists.