9 August 2012 1:04 PM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Since making his mainstream debut in 2003 with Get Rich or Die Tryin’, 50 Cent (also known as Curtis Jackson) has consistently maintained the aggressive, rebellious persona that made him a hip-hop antihero – even if he’s diversified into acting, corporate sponsorship and even philanthropy. But when asked how he feels about the prospect of someone like Snoop Dogg changing his name to Snoop Lion, he tells The Hollywood Reporter that it makes sense, especially since the culture is primed for the rapper’s transformation into a marijuana-championing Rastafarian. Photos: 20 Best and Worst Music to Movie Crossovers “It’s

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