WASHINGTON, England, Dec. 3 (UPI) -- American rapper 50 Cent has added British aristocrat Dan Macmillan to his list of tailors.
Macmillan is the great-grandson of former British Prime Minister Harold Macmillan, whose Conservative government collapsed in 1963 following the revelation John Profumo, Macmillan's secretary of state for war, was having an affair with Christine Keeler, also the mistress at the time of a Soviet naval attache.
Dan Macmillan, a fixture of London's glitterati party circuit, the former boy toy of British supermodel Kate Moss and himself a model, is apparently delighted to dress the former boxer.
According to Macmillan, 50 Cent, launched by the hit "How to Rob," which described how he would rob famous rap artists like Master P and Timbaland, is "a thoroughly decent chap."
Born Curtis Jackson in Queens, the rap artist, wounded on May 24, 2000, by gunshots to the jaw and legs, was the center of a major-label bidding war in 2002. Eminem was the ultimate winner, offering him a more than $1 million contract.