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50 Cent Responds Back to Microphone Throwing


In a recent turn of events, 50 Cent’s attorney has issued a statement emphasizing that the rapper did not have any intent to harm a woman during his recent concert in Los Angeles. The incident in question involved 50 Cent, whose real name is Curtis Jackson III, allegedly striking a woman with a microphone, causing injury.

Scott Leeman, the attorney, conveyed in a statement to DailyMail.com, “Let’s be very clear, as I told LAPD this afternoon, my client Curtis would never intentionally strike anyone with a microphone.” He further added, “Anyone saying something different doesn’t have all the facts and is misinformed.”

This denial of intent follows reports that the rapper is now under investigation by the police for battery. The incident occurred during 50 Cent’s concert when he threw two separate microphones into the crowd. One of these microphones reportedly struck a woman, causing a gash on her forehead that required medical attention. The woman subsequently filed a police report, making 50 Cent a suspect in a criminal battery case.

Law enforcement sources informed the media that 50 Cent threw the microphone at his crew in the production area, inadvertently hitting the victim. The woman claimed that the rapper looked directly at her before tossing the microphone.

Images of the injured fan, identified as Power 106 host Bryhana Monegain, circulated on social media, displaying a bloody gash on her forehead. She was taken to the hospital for treatment, where it was reported that she suffered a laceration on her head, as well as cuts and bruises on her arm and hand.

Sources close to 50 Cent stated that the woman was in a restricted area near the stage where she was not supposed to be, but the exact circumstances remain unclear.

This incident occurred amid 50 Cent’s ongoing Final Lap tour, which began in July and is scheduled to conclude in December. While such incidents are rare, they occasionally happen in the world of live performances, as evidenced by similar incidents involving other artists, like Cardi B.

Despite the controversy surrounding this incident, 50 Cent has not publicly addressed it. Instead, he shared photos on Instagram of himself with his son, Sire, who also attended the Los Angeles concert, emphasizing that the show was “SIRE approved.”

The incident also came shortly after 50 Cent postponed a concert in Arizona due to extreme heat conditions, citing temperatures of 116 degrees as a safety concern for both the audience and performers.

The cancellation disappointed some fans, who had made arrangements to attend the show and expressed their frustrations on social media. Others showed support for the artist’s decision to prioritize safety in extreme weather conditions.

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