50 Cent Usually "Scrambles" To Find Valentine's Day Present At The Last Minute

13 February 2013, 13:11

The 'In Da Club' rapper says he isn't organised when it comes to planning a romantic treat for his fiancé.

50 Cent says he hasn't planned anything for Valentine's Day yet and usually finds himself "scrambling around" at the last minute to find a present.

The 'Candy Shop' rapper, who is engaged to girlfriend Daphne Joy, says he even sometimes forgets when Valentine's Day is and ends up panic buying a present just before the day itself.

"I keep forgetting what day it is!" 50 revealed to the Daily Star ahead of the romantic holiday this week. "It's always good, but this s*** can get expensive.

"I'm usually scrambling around because I don't know what to buy until it gets close to the day."

Check out a picture of 50 Cent performing live on stage below (Credit: PA Photos):

Last year 50 Cent revealed he is a big fan of UK star Tulisa Contostavlos, and would enjoy getting to meet her and work on a potential collaboration together.

50 Cent's fifth studio album 'Street King Immortal' is expected to drop later this year.

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