50 Cent performs at concert for survivors of the July attacks in Norway [Video]

With all the heartless things that Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson has said and done over the years he still manages to prove that he really does have a heart. Shortly after his performance at Norway’s RxR Festival on Thursday, F50 and his right hand man Tony Yayo performed at a private concert in tribute to the survivors and those killed at the hand of Anders Behring Breivik on July 22nd in Norway.
The proceeds from the events went to the Utoya Fund, named after the Norwegian island in which 77 people lost their lives. Discussing the event Fif said “We wanted to do something special for the victims of this horrible tragedy. Together, Tony Yayo and I along with the G-Unity Foundation felt an urgent need to give back and what better way than through our music. We look forward to putting on a great show for the survivors and hope that everyone comes out to show their support.”

Watch… 50 Cent x Tony Yayo Perform @ Tribute Event

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