It seemed like an odd pairing from the day it was announced: 50 Cent and Fall Out Boy, sharing the stage for a spring tour. And so far, things have played out a little unevenly.
So we reached out to Fall Out Boy's and 50 Cent's camps to find out what's up.
"He played the first date [April 17 in Dallas] ... then we had to cancel the whole show in Houston, but I saw him there too," FOB's Pete Wentz told MTV News in an e-mail. "[The Orlando show] was canceled due to studio obligations. From what I currently know, he'll be back for the others. It surprised me how easygoing he and his crew was. They put on a great show and the crowd was screaming the whole time."
FOB manager Bob McLynn added in an e-mail, "He's doing all the dates. He had to cancel Orlando at the last minute because he had to get back into the studio. He was there in Houston, but we had electrical storms and because it was outdoors the whole show was canceled. He will be at the remaining shows."
At press time, a spokesperson for 50 Cent's label, Interscope Records, could not be reached for comment on the tour.
The two remaining 50 Cent/ Fall Out Boy shows are a Friday-night gig at the deliciously-named Bojangles Coliseum in Charlotte, North Carolina, and the following night at the Merriweather Post Pavilion in Columbia, Maryland.