50 cents recently moved to Houston and it’s already making waves in Lone Star State.
On May 8, the rap mogul Champagne Le Chemin du Roi won the Best of Show award in the 2021 Houston Livestock and Rodeo Reserve Grand Champion International Wine Competition, reports H-Town’s ABC13. “When they told me I won, I almost passed out. I was really excited,” Fif said of the win. “I am very proud of it.”
50 also celebrated her victory on Instagram. “They told me everyone who is anyone in Houston is at @rodeohouston that I won the best reserve champion grand champion in the show,” he captioned a photo of himself with a personalized trophy saddle that he took home.
“Yeah, I get this saddle and it’s beautifully handcrafted. I mean you have to get one ♂️ it’s just amazing,” he captioned another post of his victory.
The annual competition attracted more than 2,600 entries from 18 different countries this year, officials said. The event also includes a wine auction, where two couples purchased 1950s champagne for $ 160,000.
50 launched the Le Chemin du Roi line in 2018 following his break with Effen Vodka. The champagne won awards before winning the gold medal at the San Diego International Wine and Spirits Challenge 2020.
50 appears to be content with playing Houston after announcing his move to the nation’s fifth largest city last week via Twitter. Publish. “I love NY, but I live in Houston now, I’ll explain it to you later,” he captioned a few screenshots. new tv series he works on titled Confessions of a crime queen. It was also recently announced that he will be producing a series based on the life of Cyntoia Brown.
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