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50 Cent Vows to Stop Public Spats After Death of Kobe Bryant: 'I Have to Focus'

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By Gary Trock

The death of Kobe Bryant, his daughter, and 7 other people has brought life into perspective for many people, including 50 Cent, who has announced an end to his tirade of arguments with his adversaries. The rapper shared his thoughts Monday on social media as he and others reflected on the legacy left by the Los Angeles Lakers superstar.

Usually reserving his social media posts for trolling those who owe him money, or have wronged him in some other way, 50 posted some touching words that seemed genuine.

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"i feel like i have to achieve what i want in life now after this. i have to focus, i’m not arguing with anyone anymore," 50 Cent promised alongside a photo of himself and Kobe Bryant.

He added that when beef arises, "i ll deal with it another way if there’s a problem."

The epiphany by the controversial rapper comes just days after he was publicly attacking Taraji P. Henson over the ongoing feud between his "Power" show and the soon-to-be-ending "Power."

Other Celebrities Reacting

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50 Cent is certainly having a deep reaction to Kobe Bryant's death, and he's not alone. Since the news broke on Sunday tons of fans and stars are sharing their love for Kobe and his daughter GiGi, as well as the others who lost their lives during the helicopter crash.

J Lo voiced her sentiments on Monday as she reels from the loss, but also for what Vanessa Bryant is going through.

"We are all feeling sadness from this loss, but all I can think of is that it is a grain of sand compared to what Vanessa must going through right now," she wrote as part of a long message.

The Recovery Efforts

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Although the identies of the nine victims aboard Kobe Bryant's helicopter have been released, authorities are still working to locate and recover all the remains. Three bodies were recovered on Sunday, but officials had to call it quits due to darkness and safety concerns.

However, they started out again Monday at first light and are searching for the remaining 6 bodies. The identities of the recovered victims have not been released, but the bodies were transported to the medical examiner's office for further investigation.

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