Is 50 Cent exposing the TV industry?
In an Instagram post, the rapper/producer promised to air the TV industry out but later pulled it from his account.
As you may know, the Hip-Hop phenomenon turned TV entrepreneur recently stated on social media that he would reveal the truth about Hollywood if given the chance.
He allegedly captioned a picture of FOX 5 News reporter Lisa Evers in the now-deleted Instagram post, sharing, “This lady from Fox 5 News called asking if I would speak to her about my experience in television production.”
After telling the story, he said, “I said, ‘Like [about] real behind-the-scenes’… if she does this, the TV is going to go black.”
What does that mean? It’s code for, “if I tell y’all what’s really going on behind the scenes, I’d put the TV industry on front street and embarrass so many folks that it’d be no way they could recover.”
50 Cent Exposing the TV Industry? Why He Deleted His Post
The co-creator of the crime drama BMF extolled in another post about his burgeoning media popularity.
“I just realized there is not 1 african american person with green light Power in all of television. WTF , I gotta turn it up now ! #bransoncognac #lecheminduroi,” wrote Fif.
50 Cent is not only quaking the TV industry, but he also has a heavy hand in the spirits game.
The Minnesota Timberwolves and 50 Cent’s spirits company have entered a “multi-year relationship,” the NBA announced on Monday (March 27).
From the 2023–2024 season forward, Sire Spirits will serve its award-winning Le Chemin du Roi Champagne and Branson Cognac in the Target Center as the Timberwolves’ official spirit partner.
A new bar within the arena with naming rights on the 200-Level will also be part of the budding collaboration and serve specialty cocktails created with Sire Spirits liquors.
Do you think 50 Cent will eventually begin exposing people in the TV biz? Sound off below!
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