50 Cent's Super Bowl Party Reportedly Leads to a Florida Business Lease Revoked


According to Tampa Bay 10, Sky Addict Aviation now has six months to pack up and leave.

After 50 Cent party, St. Petersburg revokes aviation company’s lease



ST. PETERSBURG — Following a Super Bowl bash last week in an airplane hangar at Albert Whitted Airport that featured rapper 50 Cent and few COVID-19 safety protocols, city officials terminated the lease of the aircraft maintenance company.

After St. Petersburg mayor Rick Kriseman, condemned the party on Twitter, calling it “not safe or smart,” Sky Addict Aviation has had its lease revoked after throwing the party out of a hangar in the Albert Whitted Airport. “We’re going to take a very close look at this, and it may end up costing someone a lot more than 50 cent,” the mayor continued, and he was right.


The city's mayor called the event "stupid."


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