It has been revealed that Snoop Dogg and 50 Cent are at odds right now because of a G-Unit leader’s Instagram post on August 29. In the message, 50 Cent urged his fans to get in touch with Snoop about getting tickets to his forthcoming Final Lap Tour performance at the Crypto.com Arena. Unfortunately, this resulted in a deluge of calls and texts on Snoop’s phone, which was quite inconvenient for the West Coast rapper. The actual performance is slated for August 30.
50 Cent recently posted on Instagram to let his supporters know that the event at which he is scheduled to appear was completely sold out. He did advise people who were still interested to get in touch with “Uncle Snoop” for any tickets that might still be available. A video of his performance in Albuquerque, New Mexico, was posted with this statement.
We’re going to turn it up all the way in LA tomorrow night [fire emoji] SOLD OUT!”
But if you need tickets, email [email protected]; he can still get everyone in. I’m switching off my phone. LOL Lecheminduroi, Branson Cognac, and The Final Lap Tour.
Many of the rapper’s admirers and peers sought to get last-minute tickets to an event by bombarding Snoop Dogg’s phone with pleas after seeking assistance from 50 Cent. The well-known rapper was disappointed by this strategy, which was intended as a joke or prank, and he wasn’t shy in expressing his displeasure. A few hours later, Snoop posted a video on Instagram in which he conveyed his displeasure.
Hold on. Why do all these n-ggas keep phoning me to ask for these concert tickets for 50 Cent? 50 Cent, you told these n-ggas to call me for tickets? “N-gga, I ain’t had no tickets to 50’s performance or mine. I don’t have any tickets for your performance, N-gga! I do not have tickets for my performance! So please quit calling, messaging, and talking to me about what 50 said.
“N-gga, take that shit up with 50, y’all. I am unable to help you, sir.
Any tension between him and his longtime pal Snoop was dissipated by his chuckle. He used the 50s tag, an image of a person shrugging, and sobbing face emojis in his caption.
With over 800,000 tickets sold worldwide, 50 Cent’s Final Lap Tour has been a hotly anticipated event in the hip-hop community this summer. The tour’s other performer, Busta Rhymes, provided this information. Busta Rhymes recently commended 50 Cent for selling 840,000 tickets in just one week, including 675,000 tickets even before the first event, in an Instagram video.
The “Power” mogul answered by revealing he had been traveling when Busta complimented him. The Final Lap Tour began in Salt Lake City, Utah in late July and has since traveled to a number of locations, including Denver, Montreal, Atlanta, Houston, and 50 Cent’s homeland of New York City. The tour commemorates the 20th anniversary of the popular first album “Get Rich or Die Tryin’,” released by 50 Cent. The trip will culminate on December 14 in New Zealand after making stops in Europe, India, and Australia.