50 cent is notorious for rapping about girls, the club, and money. Now the 'Get Rich or Die Trying' Queens native tells ABC he wants to show his fans his softer side. “I want to be more, not just an artist, but as a person,” 50 Cent said. “My legacy, what’s left behind, I don’t want to be a guy who’s just remembered for writing a few decent songs.”The mogul reached second on the Forbes list for richest Black entertainers once, but he's pledged to share his riches with the children of Somalia who suffer with little to no food, and decent clothing.

50 discusses his trip to Somalia with ABC's Dan Harris. Watch it now!