I made How To Rob, I was on
a major label with Celine Dion, Mark Anthony,
Mariah Carey, all of these big stars. I
had to make a record that made people ask
Who is 50 Cent?
everyone likes to mold you and change
you. I don't care about fame,
I don't care about being a celebrity.
that's part of the job,
but I don't feed into anyone's idea
of who I should be.
don't hang out with the Hollywood
people. I'm not out trying to make friends
with people because they're famous.
don't need to be famous.
I'm not that ambitious.
At this point, if I'm not sucked in, I'm
never going to get sucked in. Being the
girl, I disconnect from that. It's not
name will be everywhere. There's no escape!
don't read all magazines; I just get them
to look at my outfits. I want to see if
I looked cute or not.
here to stay so you'd better get used to
used to think
as I looked out on the Hollywood
night, 'There must be thousands of girls
sitting alone like me, dreaming
of becoming a movie
But I'm not going to worry
about them. I'm dreaming the hardest.'
really got the idea
I must be a star,
or something from the newspapermen, I'm
not the women
who would interview me and they would be
warm and friendly. By the way, that part
of the press,
you know, the men of the press, unless they
have their own personal quirks against me,
they were always very warm and friendly
and they'd say, "You know, you're the
only star," and I'd say, "Star?"
and they'd look at me as if I were nuts.
they, in their own kind of way, made me
realize I was famous.
I sort of began to think
I was famous,
I was driving somebody to the airport, and
as I came back there was this movie
house and I saw my name in lights. I pulled
up at a distance down the street, it was
too much to take up close, you know, all
of a sudden. And I said, "God,
somebody's made a mistake."
But there it was, in lights. And I sat there
and said, "So that's the way it looks,"
and it was all very strange
to me, and yet at the studio they had said,
"Remember you're not a star."
Yet there it is up in lights.