“WTF mayor Adams call my phone, I don’t understand how this works 🤷🏽♂️somebody explain,” the rapper wrote after sharing a screengrab of the Post’s coverage. “Can’t explain this I’m stuck maybe TRUMP is the answer.”
The city program will offer asylum seekers at the Roosevelt Hotel with hard cash, intended to help them pay for food, according to city records.
The program will begin with 500 migrant families in short-term hotel stays.
A family of four could receive nearly $1,000 a month.
50 Cent, also known as Curtis James Jackson III, was once one of the biggest rappers of the 2000s.
He later diversified into music production, his own clothing line, and a partnership with Vitamin Water.
Reps for City Hall did not immediately respond to request for comment from The Post.