Much has been made of 50 Cent’s recent trip to Somalia on behalf ot the United Nations World Food Program and Street King, the rapper’s energy drink, of which 10 cents from each purchase goes towards feeding the hungry. 

Footage is now available of the Queens emcee’s trip, courtesy of ABC News.

“I want to be more. Not just as an artist, but as a person,” revealed 50 to ABC News reporter Dan Harris. “My legacy, what’s left behind.”

“I don’t want to be a guy who’s just remembered for writing a few cool songs.”

The multiplatinum star also discussed what impact his charity work would have on his image in Hip Hop. “It doesn’t match,” he admitted. “I don’t care if my audience is prepared to move forward with me. They may not necessarily be growing at the same pace.”

Watch the interview below, spotted via

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