50 Cent - whose real name is Curtis Jackson - has co-written a series of fictional books featuring characters based on former members of his group G-Unit. The titles include "Death Before Dishonor" and "Baby Brother." The 31-year-old star also appeared at the Borders Bookstore in New York for the book signing ceremony.
The launch comes nearly a year after the artist released a memoir about his life up to his success entitled "From Pieces to Weight: Once Upon a Time in Southside Queens."
"These tales will tell the truth about 'the life'; the sex, guns and cash; the brutal highs and short lives of the players on the streets," BBC quoted the publishers MTV and Pocket Books as saying.
I want to be critical, and I'm sure I will, but Curtis could be on to something
I honestly thought it was illegal to exploit the mentally ill, but after just briefly watching Tiffany Patterson,(AKA) New York and her mother on the disturbing Flavor of Love, its clear that VH1 has decided to reintroduce the arcane theme of watched the seriously ill for entertainment. My prediction for Tiffany, I love New York will be a hit in one year a sequel, then, drug charges, a porn movie, rehab then suicide
Sounds shocking, not as shocking as this show