50 Cent Claims Hacker Profited $300 Million in Just 30 Minutes from His Website

50 Cent Reveals Hacker Scammed $300 Million in 30 Minutes After Compromising His Website and Social Media


50 Cent took to Instagram on Friday (June 21) to expose a hacker who had infiltrated his website and social media accounts to promote a fraudulent cryptocurrency. The rapper clarified that he had no connections to the $GUNIT cryptocurrency that appeared on his platforms earlier in the day. According to 50 Cent, the hacker managed to swindle a massive $300 million by deceiving his followers.


“My Twitter & Thisis50.com were hacked. I have no association with this Crypto,” he wrote on Instagram. “Twitter worked quickly to secure my account. Whoever did this made $300 million in 30 minutes.”


His Instagram post featured screenshots showing the $GUNIT cryptocurrency, which skyrocketed in market value from under $1 million to an astronomical figure within a short time.


50 Cent Dispels Rumors of Bitcoin Windfall


Contrary to previous reports, 50 Cent clarified that he never made a fortune off Bitcoin. Back in 2018, a story by TMZ suggested that the G-Unit leader had reaped millions from Bitcoin, accepting it as payment for his “Animal Ambition” album. The report claimed 50 Cent had accumulated about



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