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Rapper Demands MSNBC Anchor Explain Why Veterans Can’t Get Health Insurance

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50 Cent is questioning why U.S. veterans are not receiving adequate health insurance.

Rapper-actor 50 Cent

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Rapper-actor 50 Cent criticized California for using taxpayer money to provide health care for illegal immigrants, expressing confusion and concern over the cost and the lack of health insurance for veterans.

Health insurance

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California recently expanded health insurance coverage under Medi-Cal to about 700,000 illegal immigrants between the ages of 26 and 49.

Previous expansions

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This move follows previous expansions for illegal migrant children and young adults. “I don’t understand this, this it going to cost 2.6 billion dollars for tax payers,” wrote 50 Cent on Instagram.

Help me understand

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“They don’t even give veterans health insurance. [MSNBC anchor Ari Melber] call my phone now, help me understand this,” he continued.

Access to quality

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The state government emphasized the importance of providing access to quality and affordable health care for everyone, regardless of income or immigration status.

Regardless of income

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“In California, we believe everyone deserves access to quality, affordable health care coverage — regardless of income or immigration status,” wrote Gov. Newsom’s office in a statement.

Families and communities

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“Through this expansion, we’re making sure families and communities across California are healthier, stronger, and able to get the care they need when they need it,” they continued.

One of the most influential figures

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50 Cent has carved out a legendary career in the music industry, cementing his status as one of the most influential figures in hip-hop history. From his early days in the streets of Queens, New York, to his meteoric rise to fame as a rapper, actor, and entrepreneur, 50 Cent’s journey is a testament to perseverance, resilience, and the power of self-reinvention.

Crime and violence

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Born on July 6, 1975, in South Jamaica, Queens, 50 Cent grew up in a rough and impoverished neighborhood plagued by crime and violence. Raised by his grandmother after his mother’s death, he faced numerous challenges and hardships during his formative years, including brushes with the law and stints in juvenile detention centers.

Hustler and drug dealer

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Despite the obstacles he encountered, 50 Cent found solace and inspiration in music, channeling his experiences and emotions into raw, unapologetic lyrics that reflected the harsh realities of street life. Drawing on his own experiences as a hustler and drug dealer, he honed his craft and developed a distinctive style characterized by gritty storytelling, infectious hooks, and razor-sharp wit.

Mainstream music

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In 2003, 50 Cent burst onto the mainstream music scene with his debut studio album, “Get Rich or Die Tryin’,” which quickly became a cultural phenomenon and a commercial juggernaut.

Critical acclaim

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Fueled by hit singles like “In Da Club” and “21 Questions,” the album sold over 12 million copies worldwide and earned widespread critical acclaim, establishing 50 Cent as a bona fide superstar and one of the driving forces behind the early 2000s hip-hop renaissance.

Continued to dominate

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Following the success of his debut album, 50 Cent continued to dominate the charts with a string of multi-platinum releases, including “The Massacre,” “Curtis,” and “Before I Self Destruct.” Known for his relentless work ethic and entrepreneurial spirit, he expanded his brand beyond music, venturing into film and television production, fashion, and beverage ventures, including his iconic Vitamin Water deal, which reportedly earned him over $100 million.

Actor and producer

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In addition to his music and business ventures, 50 Cent has made a name for himself as a talented actor and producer, appearing in films such as “Get Rich or Die Tryin’,” “Home of the Brave,” and the critically acclaimed television series “Power.”

Praise from audiences

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His versatility and charisma have earned him praise from audiences and critics alike, further solidifying his status as a cultural icon.

Empower underserved communities

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Beyond his professional achievements, 50 Cent has also been actively involved in philanthropy and community outreach efforts, using his platform to advocate for social justice and empower underserved communities. He has supported numerous charitable initiatives, including programs aimed at promoting education, health and wellness, and economic development in inner-city neighborhoods.

Unwavering determination

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Despite the ups and downs he has faced throughout his career, 50 Cent remains a towering figure in the world of music and entertainment, inspiring countless artists and fans with his talent, tenacity, and unwavering determination.

Evolve and reinvent

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As he continues to evolve and reinvent himself, his legacy as a pioneering artist, savvy entrepreneur, and dedicated philanthropist is sure to endure for generations to come.

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