50 Cent Agrees To Building Houston School With Kanye West — But Only After He ‘Cools Off’
The two have been engaged in some playful banter that may actually lead somewhere.
50 Cent has once again responded in his back and forth with Kanye West, saying he wouldn’t be opposed to working with his embattled former rival.
The two spent Thursday afternoon (October 27) engaged in a playful back and forth, sparked by Ye’s first post since returning to Instagram.
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After 50 Cent posted his own parody of Ye’s meme of himself, the G.O.O.D. Music mogul suggested the two join forces to bring his Donda Academy to Houston, where Fif currently resides.
Apparently, 50 would be willing to consider adding that project to his ever expanding portfolio of business ventures… If Kanye West agrees to “go cool off” first.
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Kanye West’s suggestion came just a day after parents of “scholars” at the first Donda Academy in Los Angeles were notified on Wednesday (October 26) that the school was abruptly shutting down for the remainder of the 2022-2023 school year.
“There is no school tomorrow [Thursday],” principal Jason Angell wrote in an email. “Our leadership team will be working diligently to assist all families during this transition, ensuring that every scholar has what they need to succeed in their next community in a prompt and gracious manner.”
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Donda Academy had suffered another blow earlier in the day, when it was reported the school’s basketball team, the Donda Doves, was denied entry into two national high school basketball tournaments: the Play-By-Play Classic in Louisville, Kentucky, on December 11 and the Hoophall Classic in Springfield, Massachusetts on January 15.
“I just feel like it was a no-brainer and I just don