50 Cent’s grandmother Beulah Jackson has passed away, according to VladTV.
“I love my grandmother and my grandfather,” 50 Cent said at the time. “It’s a different thing with my grandmother. We’ve always had a connection. I used to sit there and rub on her feet, even paint on her toenails and stuff like that…For her, I’ll do that, because her feet swell up.”
During the interview, 50 also said his grandmother is the woman who loves him the most.
In her own sit-down with Oprah, Beulah Jackson said she didn’t play 50’s albums, but that she bought the rapper’s projects to help his sales. Jackson also said she hadn’t attended his concerts because there were “too many teenagers” present at shows. Despite this, she said she liked some of his music when she heard it on the radio. Jackson added that she raised 50 Cent in a household that prohibited the use of foul language and that he had to listen to her and to his teachers.
In June 2014, 50 said his first major purchase went to his grandmother during a Reddit AMA session. The rapper, who bought her a car, says it was a very important moment in his life.
“It was important to me because she took care of me when I couldn’t take care of myself,” he said at the time.
That same month, in an interview with Hot 97, the emcee explained that his grandmother had been ill.
“My grandmother was pretty sick recently,” he said. “Her actually being sick, for me, this is the only person who took care of me.”
At the time, 50 said he hoped she would recover fully from the illness.
In the interview, 50 also added that his grandmother was his soft spot.
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