Jersey City, N.J., police are looking to speak with 50 Cent in connection with gunfire that broke out as the rap star arrived at a hotel downtown.

Jersey City, N.J., police are looking to speak with 50 Cent in connection with gunfire that broke out as the rap star arrived at a hotel downtown. No one was hurt and police say they haven't confirmed that the rap star was actually among the group of people that arrived at the DoubleTree hotel shortly after midnight on Tuesday.

Authorities found ten shell casings at the scene -- three from a .45-caliber automatic and seven from a .40-caliber firearm. Police say an eyewitness described seeing one gunman. It's not clear if those in 50 Cent's group were attacked or who fired first. Police say they are also looking into why the hotel waited more than a half-hour after the shooting to call police.

50 Cent begins a five-week European tour Sunday (Sept. 14) in Oberhausen, Germany. The trek wraps Oct. 9 in Glasgow.


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