Rapper 50 Cent, 42, whose real name is Curtis James Jackson III, had a huge smile on his face as he proudly showed off a huge wad of cash to fellow guest and Den Of Thieves co-star, Gerard Butler, 48.
The Many Men rapper also addressed comments he made about Jay-Z's new album, of which he called 'golf course music.'
'It was mature,' he explained on the show after a caller asked him about his remark. 'Hip-hop culture's connected to youth culture. So you can't really be like... 50-years-old on the record.'
'I think they misinterpret what I'm saying,' he said, though added Jay-Z understood the intention of his message. 'He knows I'm saying that it's a little smarter than what's out there.'
'At what part of your life do you get into the golf?,' he asked Andy Cohen, who replied at an older age.
'That's why I said golf course,' the rapper explained.
This all comes nearly a year after the rapper's bankruptcy case was discharged by a judge, after he paid back more than $22 million.
Judge Ann Nevins discharged his bankruptcy case last year at a hearing in Hartford, Connecticut.