You won't be finding 50 Cent in the club this month. Soon you'll actually be able to find him in Iowa. 50 Cent is scheduled to come to a few signings at select Hy-Vee's in Iowa and will make an appearance at this year's Iowa State Fair.

Last week, select Hy-Vee stores throughout the company announced that rapper Curtis '50 Cent' Jackson III has scheduled signings to promote two different brands of alcohol.

50 Cent will be doing signings at two different Hy-Vee's in central Iowa. The first 50 Cent bottle signing event will be on Sunday, August 15, at the Ankeny Hy-Vee located at 2510 SW State St., Ankeny, IA.

The second Iowa stop on 50 Cent's Hy-Vee will be on Wednesday, August 18, at the Waukee Hy-Vee located at 1005 E Hickman Rd, Waukee, IA.

Both Iowa signings will be from 4 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.

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According to Hy-Vee, customers will have an opportunity to meet 50 Cent when they purchase bottles of Branson Cognac and Le Chemin Du Roi Champagne on the day of each signing event.

Sire Spirits, who is owned by 50 Cent, produces Branson Cognac and Le Chemin Du Roi Champagne and is sponsoring the signing events.

A fair warning for those making a trip to Ankeny or Waukee this month, a bottle of Branson Cognac and Le Chemin Du Poi Champagne is not cheap. Prices differ online but be prepared to spend a pretty penny to meet 50 Cent.

The Des Moines Register reports the 50 Cent is also scheduled to appear at the Iowa State Fair this year. The date of his appearance has yet to be announced, but the 2021 Iowa State Fair goes from Thursday, August 12, to Sunday, August 22.

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