Eminem surprised fans with a guest appearance at 50 Cent’s concert on Sunday night at the Pine Knob Music Theatre Pavilion. The Detroit rap icon took the stage to perform two songs, “Patiently Waiting” with 50 Cent and his own hit, “Crack a Bottle.” This is not the first time Eminem and 50 Cent have performed together, as they have shared stages in the past both in Detroit and elsewhere.
Eminem, wearing a dark hoodie and baseball cap, expressed his love for Detroit and playfully scolded the crowd for acting surprised about his appearance. He referred to 50 Cent as “one of the best I’ve ever known” and left the stage with a knowing grin from his host.
After the performance, 50 Cent posted a video of their collaboration on social media, expressing his love for Eminem and the overwhelming response from the crowd. The surprise appearance was undoubtedly a highlight, but it was just one of many electrifying moments during 50 Cent’s performance.
The concert marked the end of the North American leg of 50 Cent’s “The Final Lap” tour, and it certainly went out with a bang. The rapper delivered an hour and 50-minute set, showcasing tracks from his iconic album “Get Rich or Die Tryin'” as well as songs from various other projects he has been involved in.
The show featured several other guest appearances, including Detroit artists Kash Doll and Icewear Vezzo, along with Jeremih, who opened the night with his own set. The production value was top-notch, with elaborate pyrotechnics, projections, and a stunning visual setup. The energetic performances and full-length versions of the songs kept the crowd on their feet throughout the entire show.
While it is uncertain if this truly marks the end of 50 Cent’s touring career, his performance on Sunday was a testament to his showmanship and legacy in the rap industry. As he gears up for the European leg of “The Final Lap” tour, fans can expect more unforgettable moments from the rap mogul.
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