50 Cent seeks TV & Clothing Trademark For “Get Rich Or Die Tryin'”

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50 Cent is looking to lock down the TV trademarks for 2003 debut album, Get Rich or Die Trying, and 2005 hit single, “Hustler’s Ambition”, reports TMZ.

In addition to attaining the TV rights to these phrases, the rapper is looking to trademark apparel for “Hustler’s Ambition”, with hoodies, T-Shirts and raincoats.

According to the report, the projects will be financed in part by 50 Cent’s bitcoin fortune, which is nearing the $6 million mark. If you missed the previous news, 50 Cent made a bundle when he allowed fans to purchase his 2014 album Animal Ambition using the cryptocurrency, which allowed him to amass a stash of around 700 bitcoins.

A date for the projects had not been announced at press time.

This is 50’s latest venture into TV career. In 2014, he launched the show Power on the Starz Network to great success, and is now in its fifth season.