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50 Cent wants to take a 'success class' from Warren Buffett

"I need to feel success, those moments, the gratification connected to it over and over, even with the smaller successful situations," the rapper said.

By Veronica Linares
50 Cent wants to take a 'success class' from Warren Buffett
50 Cent. UPI/John Angelillo | License Photo

NEW YORK, Sept. 26 (UPI) -- 50 Cent wants to be successful like business magnate Warren Buffett.

While attending an event for his Dream School project -- a television show where high school dropouts are paired with celebrity teachers -- the rapper told Page Six he'd like to know "the little things that make up the complex portion of [Buffett's] success."

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50 -- whose real name is Curtis Jackson -- is currently involved with the production of Dream School, has his own line of headphones and has a few acting roles lined up. The rapper said he plans to continue chasing "big wins."

"I need to feel success, those moments, the gratification connected to it over and over, even with the smaller successful situations," he said. "I've learned that about myself over the period since 2003."

The rapper's debut album, Get Rich or Die Tryin, was released in 2003.

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