50 Cent is now the second rapper to ever gross that much on tour, with the first being Drake.

50 Cent’s The Final Lap Tour has hit a huge milestone and placed him in a rare category.

According to Billboard Boxscore, the G-Unit mogul earned over $100 million thanks to his worldwide The Final Lap Tour. The 2023 tour grossed $103.6 million, with 1.05 million tickets sold across 83 shows in North America, Europe, Oceania, and Asia. The most lucrative stop on the tour was in London at the O2 Arena, which brought in a combined $4.4 million across two dates.

50 became only the second rapper to hit those numbers, with the first being Drake, who did it twice with his 2023-2024 It’s All A Blur Tour and 2018’s Aubrey & the Three Migos Tour. Throughout his career, 50 grossed $150.3 million and sold 2.5 million tickets, which placed him at No. 8 on Billboard’s list of highest-grossing rap acts.

To celebrate, 50 hopped on his Instagram page and shared a post of Billboard’s article highlighting the numbers from the tour while writing, “You up next you can do it too, let’s work , GLG🚦GreenLightGang @thefinallaptour @humorharmonyshreveport @bransoncognac @lecheminduroi.”

Tony Yayo, who served as a supporting act on the tour, told VladTV in January that he made “six figures” while 50 made millions just from tour merchandise.

“His merch is in the millions. He’s an icon. You can ask anyone — the people that ran the tour from Live Nation — they’ll tell you, ‘Your favorite rapper can’t do what 50 just did,'” he said. “I don’t ask for too much. I’m making six figures, I don’t ask for much so why would I bother you for more? It’s cool. I’m not worried about that. Trust me, I’m making a great check […] The money is great, the money is excellent.”

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