Rapper 50 Cent has joined the Hang w/ mobile app platform, allowing him to interact directly with his fans.
The interactive streaming service allows users to speak with each other in real time, and celebrities such as Timbaland, Paula Abdul and Jimmy Kimmell already use the system.
50 Cent says, “Hang With has the power to connect people to content and brands in ways never before possible. I am excited to use Hang With to connect with my fans and to watch the platform grow because of its unique and exciting way of connecting people.”
Hang w/ was created in 2009 and became available to the public in March (13). It has already been downloaded 400,000 times and has created over eight million user sessions.
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