Houston resident, businessman, rapper 50 Cent, strikes drink deal with Houston Astros ⚾🥂

‘BOTTLE FULL OF BUB’: 50 Cent’s Le Chemin Du Roi, will now be branded as the official champagne of the Astros, and his Branson Cognac will be branded as the team’s official cognac.

LAS VEGAS, NEVADA - JUNE 29: 50 Cent is seen at the Branson Cognac booth during Day 2 of the 35th Annual Nightclub & Bar Show and World Tea Expo at the Las Vegas Convention Center on June 29, 2021 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Gabe Ginsberg/Getty Images for Nightclub & Bar Media Group) (GETTY IMAGES 2022)

HOUSTON – The Houston Astros and rapper, philanthropist, and new Clutch City resident 50 Cent struck a partnership between the MLB franchise and his company Sire Spirits.

Fifty, whose birth name is Curtis Jackson, is the owner of Sire Spirits which retails spirits and wine in stores across the nation.

Sire Spirits consists of a champagne - Le Chemin Du Roi, and a new Houston favorite - Branson Cognac.

The champagne will be branded as the official champagne of the Astros, while the cognac will be branded as the official cognac of the Astros.

This is the first partnership between 50 Cent and an MLB team. Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson has a similar partnership with the Houston Rockets and Houston Texans.

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