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He was undeniably wild in his younger days. However, 50 Cent has become known as a renowned businessman now that he’s settled down. Of course, the New Yorker still loves to troll his contemporaries on Instagram. Still, that doesn’t mean he’s not spreading love too. According to Page Six, Fif’s most recent random act of kindness took place following a steakhouse dinner with DaBaby, during which they reportedly ordered one of everything on the menu.

The father of two was hosting a celebration for a new deal with his Branson Cognac brand and obviously didn’t hesitate to splurge. Insiders reveal that he and guests dined on a salt and pepper lobster alongside numerous steaks. The party went on until the restaurant closed. It was also attended by Power Book II: Ghost actor Woody McClain, DJ Camilo, and DJ Self.

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50 Cent and DaBaby Do Dinner in NYC

Thankfully 50 is getting positive reviews from the waitstaff, even with the large order. The media mogul made it worth their while, as he reportedly left a $1,000 tip on the bill. He’s since commemorated the evening with an Instagram post, though he made no mention of his extensive gratuity. “Good times, Good living NY vibes Brooklyn Chop House,” the “I Get Money” artist wrote in his caption. Since sharing the post earlier this afternoon, Fif has earned plenty of praise in the comments for taking Jonathan Kirk under his wing and showing support, despite the numerous times the industry has tried to cancel him in the past.

Elsewhere in New York, DaBaby nearly accepted an incredibly NSFW offer from a fan backstage at the city’s Hot 97 Summer Jam. While he was on his way out, the embattled rapper was approached by a woman offering to give him head right then and there. Click the link below to see his reaction, and make sure to check back later for more hip-hop/pop culture news updates.

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