Rapper 50 Cent may be feeling the fallout from the recent domestic violence allegations against him. Sources tell TMZ.com Major League Baseball officials have dropped 50 from MLB.com's upcoming All-Star Bash in New York.
Apparently, organizers have already changed the official flyer for the event. The original flyer reportedly showed 50 and Kaskade as featured performers, but an updated version says the event will feature two "surprise performances."
The G-Unit leader faces one count of misdemeanor domestic violence as well as four counts of vandalism stemming from reports of a June 23rd altercation with an ex-girlfriend.
50 Cent is scheduled to appear in court on July 22nd. If convicted on all five counts, the rapper could face up to five years in jail and $46,000 worth of fines. 50 has denied the allegations.
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