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Jersey Shore’s Pauly D Signed By 50 Cent

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Jersey Shore star Pauly D has revealed that he is now part of 50 Cent’s G-Unit.

Cent took to his Twitter account to announce that the reality star is “G NOTES’ newest addition.” An official representative for G-Unit also confirmed to MTV News that the reality TV star DJ has been signed up.

Pauly D excitedly confirmed his signing on his Twitter account, saying,

“Big Big Things In The Works @50cent And @DJPaulyD !!!!! #yeahhhhbuddy”

Earlier this year, it was reported that 50 Cent was desperate to sign the Jersey Shore star Pauly D to his record label. He said he planned to draw up a three-album deal for him.

Pauly D recently appeared on Britney Spears’s world tour, performing a DJ set before Spears took to the stage.  On one concert he even got a lap dance from the Toxic star. It seems that from there Pauly D has never looked back in his DJ career. That’s probably a great thing for him, as he has already filmed season 5 of Jersey Shore, which is said to be the last one

Pauly D landed a residency in Las Vegas to DJ at the Palms and it was when she saw him there that Britney Spears said she wanted him to DJ an event she had over there.

“We just hit it off and she said she’d love to have me on tour with her,” Pauly D said of Britney.

He called the tour one of the best things he had ever done and now with a contract with 50 Cent’s G-Unit, it looks like Pauly D has a rosy future for quite some time.

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