Rapper 50 Cent mocks gangster with ‘NOTORIOUS’ tattooed on his face

Rapper 50 Cent mocks gangster with the word ‘NOTORIOUS’ tattooed across his face – after the recovering ice addict moaned about struggling to find work

  • Rapper 50 Cent has mocked a gangster with ‘NOTORIOUS’ tattooed on his face 
  • Puk Kireka, 31, has moaned that he finds it hard to get a job with his face tattoo
  • He said he used meth during last jail stint but has been clean for last four years  
  • The father-of-three wants to work in sports industry after losing 31 kilograms

Rapper 50 Cent has mocked an unemployed gangster who complained about his struggle to find a job after getting the word ‘NOTORIOUS’ tattooed across his face.  

50 Cent, whose real name is Curtis Jackson, shared a post to Instagram about recovering ice addict Puk Kireka, 31, from Napier in New Zealand.

‘What the f*** is really going on man. I wonder why he can’t get a job,’ 50 Cent wrote.

Puk Kireka (pictured), 31, from Napier in New Zealand, has a distinctive black and red face tattoo, and said he is called a ‘mobster’ by strangers

Rapper 50 Cent posted an article (pictured) about Puk Kireka (pictured), from Napier in New Zealand, who has a distinctive black and red face tattoo that intimidates employers

The 43-year-old rapper sarcastically said ‘I wonder why he can’t get a job ‘when he spoke about the Mongrel Mob member with their ‘notorious’ slogan on his face

Father-of three Kireka has previously admitted that he ‘knows it will be hard to get a job with his face tatts’. 

Kireka said he was once addicted to ice but hasn’t smoked it since 2015. 

‘I was into meth before my last stint in jail. But I kicked the habit while in prison and I’ve been drug-free for the last four years,’ he told Hawke’s Bay Today. 

Kireka has the slogan of the Mongrel Mob gang – ‘notorious’ – tattooed in black and red on his face, and has shared photos of himself wearing the group’s patches to social media.

He said he is ready to change his life around after spending five years in jail, and has lost 31kg.

Kireka went to the gym and used a personal trainer with the goal of improving his physique. 

The father-of-three (pictured) attributed his recent massive weight loss to a 13-month fitness programme, and said he hasn’t smoked ice since 2015

‘Basically I just wanted to get healthy… look good and feel good,’ Kireka said.

‘I’ve proved to be an inspiration for other mobsters throughout the country.’

Kireka said he has received several requests about his lifestyle and asking how his fitness habits so they can follow him.

He will start a level four sport and recreation course next month in the hopes of receiving a diploma and then a degree to get a job within the sports industry.

Kireka (pictured) said he has received several requests about his lifestyle and asking how his fitness habits so they can follow him

He is currently playing rugby for his local club team Tamatea 

He said he understands it will be difficult for him to find a job because of the ‘notorious’ tattoo covering half his face.  

‘I will always be a mobster but it’s important to show we can have better lifestyles. I want to bring some of the others on board this better lifestyle,’ he said.

He is currently playing rugby for his local club team Tamatea. 

He said he understands it will be difficult for him to find a job because of the ‘notorious’ tattoo covering half his face

Kireka (left) will start a level four sport and recreation course next month in the hopes of receiving a diploma and then a degree to get a job within the sports industry

Kireka’s distinctive facial markings are similar to those of fellow New Zealander Mark Cropp, who achieved worldwide infamy for his ‘DEVAST8’ tattoo.

Cropp, like Kireka, said he found it hard to gain employment with his face tattoo, which was given to him by his brother in prison.

Cropp, a teenage father, spoke out about his lack of job prospects in July 2017.

He served a two-year jail sentence for aggravated robbery after he pulled a knife on a tourist in a fake drug deal.

He was inundated with job offers and a chance to remove the tattoo using laser treatment for free.

Cropp initially took up the removal offer but only attended one of 12 scheduled sessions, reportedly concerned with the effect the treatment would have on his skin. 

Kireka’s distinctive facial markings are similar to those of Mark Cropp (pictured), who achieved worldwide infamy for his ‘DEVAST8’ tattoo 

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