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50 Cent appears to have the magic touch, as the Las Vegas Golden Knights clinched their first-ever Stanley Cup after the G-Unit mogul rang the siren prior to them winning their final game.

On Tuesday night (June 13), Fif was handpicked to get the crowd going  ahead of Game 5 where he cranked the siren — a longtime tradition at Knights home games. Rocking a shining No. 50 Knights jersey and matching Vegas hat, 50 set the tone for the matchup prior to puck drop.

He’s since been hailed as a good luck charm as the Knights boat raced the Florida Panthers and lit them up with nine goals in the 9-3 victory to raise the trophy.

Man if you missed the game last night, you are missing out on life. it was just amazing Vegas Golden Knights #1 NHL Stanley cup,” 50 Cent captioned an Instagram post following the thrilling victory.

The television mogul added of the raucous atmosphere inside T-Mobile Arena: “The Stanley Cup is different, the energy in that building was crazy.”

You can check out clips of 50’s visit to sin city below:

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Other photos from the night see 50 Cent dapping up fans in the luxury box as the goals poured in for Vegas en route to the 9-3 victory.

Fans were thrilled to see 50 — whose Sire Spirits has a deal with T-Mobile Arena and the Knights — bring the good juju to the team and they let him know about it as one person called for the “Many Men” rapper to buy an NHL team.

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“50 cent got shot 9 times….. pull up to Vegas and they score 9 goals,” one person wrote while another said: “Charles Barkley & 50, giving hockey the attention it deserves, much respect… Time to buy a team!”

In other 50 Cent news, he agreed to settle his lawsuit with Rémy Martin after the Cognac titan sued his Sire Spirits brand in 2021 over an alleged bottle design theft. According to TMZ, an agreement was reached on June 1 in the courts, but the terms of the deal will remain sealed.

Reps for Rémy Martin relayed that they’re relieved that the trademark dispute has been resolved and they respect 50’s foray into the spirits industry.