Is so heavily into issues about music apparently couldn't keep 50 Cent from expanding his business empire. He reportedly has inked a multi-year deal with Steiner Sports to sell his memorabilia.
Terms of the deal were not disclosed. Though so, The New York Post claimed Fiddy's deal with Steiner will offer fans autographed photos, movie-related products, concert-worn apparel, and other Fiddy branded products.
A representative for Steiner Sports, which is well known for selling athletes memorabilia and has exclusive contracts with various sports stars to offer fans unique collectibles, told NY Post that the company would expand the rap artist's brand into new territories throughout the world.
"He's an authentic guy who gets the business portion of his career," Robert Vazquez, the director of talent procurement, said in a statement. "We have access to [in-flight magazine] SkyMall, to Neiman-Marcus and to corporate clients that might not be familiar with 50 Cent."
In other Fiddy news, he and his G-Unit crew will be releasing their sophomore group album titled "Terminate on Sight" on July 1 later this year.