Rapper, actor and business tycoon Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson attended a charity event for 9/11 victim families in partnership with Century 21 and Tuesday’s Children at Century 21 downtown Manhattan location.

Century 21 co-owner and rocker Eddie Gindi – along with his band, Men in My Head and 50 Cent collaborated together to record a song, “Century Love“. Profits from the CD sales and downloads will benefit Tuesday’s Children, which supports programs and services for families of 9/11 victims.

For the appearance, Fif opted for a royal and black look – wearing a royal G-Unit cap, color-blocked sweater and black jeans topped off with $795 Prada Nappa Leather High-Top Sneakers.

These quilted nappa leather high top sneakers feature a leather upper, lace-up style with side zip, grip-tape ankle strap, leather lining, rubber sole, and padded insole. You can purchase them at Saks 5th Avenue.