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  • Updated: June 23, 2024

50 Cents Twitter account hacked by crypto scam

50 Cents Twitter account hacked by crypto scam

BY Cecilia Ogezi

American rapper, 50 cent's account was hacked recently, falling victim to a crypto scheme scam.

The rapper took to his Instagram account to reveal that fraudster had made $300 million in 30 minutes by hacking into his Twitter account, as well as Thisis50.com, to promote a cryptocurrency.

“My Twitter & Thisis 50.com was hacked,”  he wrote.

“I have no association with this Crypto. Twitter worked quickly to lock my account back down. Who ever did this made $300,000,000 in 30 minutes,” he alleged.

He claimed that he was hacked by a nefarious cryptocurrency schemer who ended up making millions of dollars in the process.


The musician, whose legal name is Curtis James Jackson III, wrote about the pump-and-dump incident on Instagram recently.

The scammer used the rapper's X account to promote a crypto token called $GUNIT, a reference to G-Unit, a hip-hop group that 50 Cent was previously part of.

The scammer posted this message on Friday: "$GUNIT for winners only…" which led an unknown number of users to buy the coin.


The "Candy Shop" rapper's X account was later locked. His account which, as of Saturday afternoon, was locked, is reported to have been recovered.

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