December 2003
Jet;12/8/2003, Vol. 104 Issue 24, p41
Reports on the congratulatory hug given by singer Madonna to rap star 50 Cent during an MTV event, Spankin' New Music Week, in New York in 2003. Release of the music album "Beg For Mercy" from 50 Cent and his group G-Unit.


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