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OTRC: 50 Cent wins $500K on the Giants and bets x-rated photo

50 Cent in a photo from his official Twitter account posted in late 2010. (Twitter.com/50cent)

50 Cent placed a large bet on the New York Giants and San Francisco 49ers NFC championship and apparently won big.

"Sometimes I hear voices in my head they tell me thing. Like bet on the GIANTS so I listen now look," the rapper wrote on Twitter on January 22, along with a photo of him with stacks of money on his shoulders.

"Yo don't give that punk no attention," 50 Cent continued. "If I get shot ill only get up again. just watched a 500,000 dollar foot ball game get on my level. Chump."

The 36-year-old rapper also agreed to post a picture of his penis on Twitter if the Giants lost the Superbowl, which will be held on February 5th, at the bequest of a female fan.

It is unclear how much 50 Cent bet on the NFL game.

He told fans on Twitter that he planned to give the money to his grandmother writing, "Street king baby I'm a king I do this. I'm giving this money to my nana she gonna faint LMAO all she do is go to the church."

Jackson was raised in Queens, New York by his grandparents after his father ran out and his mother was shot when he was 8-years-old.

The rapper told Piers Morgan recently that his "life-changing" moment was not when his first single "In Da Club" topped the charts back in 2003, but rather when he got shot nine times at point blank range in 2000.

The rapper, whose real name is Curtis Jackson, was left with multiple injuries from the shooting including a cracked hip, shattered bones and shrapnel in his tongue.

"I slur a little bit from time to time," Jackson said about the shrapnel during an interview on "Piers Morgan Tonight," which aired on Monday, according to CNN. "But this is the new voice, the voice that works."

"In Da Club" went to the top of the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart in 2003 and went on to become certified gold. It also earned the rapper his first Grammy nominations.

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