50 centKristin Davis, better known as the "Manhattan Madam," famous for procuring prostitutes for former New York Governor Eliot Spitzer, has announced her intention to run for Spitzer's old seat in the next election, and she's getting some hip-hop help.

At a Libertarian convention over the weekend, Davis announced her plan, explaining that she had the necessary business and finance experience required for the job of New York Governor. She also claimed to have some pretty serious support from rapper 50 Cent, who allegedly offered "some of his G-Unit rap crew to work the phones" according to reports.

"I was valedictorian of my high-school class," Davis stated at the convention. "I worked 10 years in finance. I was vice president of a hedge fund. I went on to build a multimillion-dollar business from scratch." Meanwhile, her adviser is revered political operative Roger Stone, who worked for Reagan, Nixon and both Bushes.

The former madam is running on a "taxation as confiscation" platform, advocating legalized marijuana and prostitution, and plans to utilize her industry connections -- aside from 50 Cent -- to help her campaign. It's not enough that G-Unit was dropped from their label, now they're working the phones for an ex-madam running for governor; this whole situation sounds like a punchline.