50 Cent & XXL Holiday Giveaway [Day 5]

50 Cent is in a giving frame of mind. XXL’s December/January cover boy is playing Santa this week as he dropped off a bundle of holiday goodies off at the XXL offices for five lucky fans.

Included in the giveaway are autographed copies of Fif’s new album, Before I Self Destruct, the new issue of XXL and both of his 50 x 50: 50 Cent in His Own Words and The 50th Law books. Winners will also receive a bottle of his Power cologne and a BISD USB.

The first reader to send their name, email and home address, along with the correct answer to the following trivia question will win. In the first verse of 50′s controversial song “Ghetto Qu’ran” from his unreleased 2000 album, Power of the Dollar, the rapper called out three notorious Queens drug dealers. Name both their government and street aliases.

Email your answer to XXL@harris-pub.com and be sure to check back all week for more chances to win.

Winners will receive confirmation emails from the XXL staff.

XXL’s December/January double issue on stands now!!!

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