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50 Cent is a Habitual Line Stepper

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Dan is joined by Ace Patterson (hip-hop artist ‘Call Me Ace,’ Consumer Marketing at Facebook). They break down how 50 Cent built a brand on shock value, why he raises hell on social media, whether he’s changed his style, and why he’ll never get canceled.


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Host: Dan Runcie, @RuncieDan, trapital.co

Guest: Ace Patterson, @callmeacelegit, callmeace.com

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Dan Runcie

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