An ex convict in New Zealand has bagged a job after being clown by 50 Cent.
It’s safe to say that Black American rapper, 50 Cent is the guy who’s never afraid to ignite a feud and fan the flames till they become difficult to quench. The rapper/actor known for his many internet fights is using his platform to give back; maybe not how you’d expect him to but in the way he knows best.
The G-unit rapper on Wednesday introduced the world to a New Zealand ex convict, Puk Kireka whose face tattoo and jail time prevented him from getting a job in his country.
Here’s what went down; on June 10, the black American rapper shared a story he’d read about a man who was having difficulty finding a new job after being released from prison. Apparently, it wasn’t solely because he had done time behind bars but also because he has a gang tattoo across his face that reads “Notorious”.
Also, half of the New Zealand native’s face is covered with black and red tattoo which obviously scared off potential employers.
Touched by Puk Kireka‘s story, the rapper in his usual goofy way posted on his Instagram a photo of the New Zealand man with the caption;
” what the f**k is really going on man. I wonder why he can’t get a job”
After the post, Kireka lucked out and snagged a job with a gym in NZ as a personal trainer. This came after a month without one.
Reports state that Puk is the member of a biker gang in NZ called Mongrel Mob. The ex con is set to turn his life around after being released.