50 Cent Says Starz Has ‘Messed Up the Flow’ by Taking Too ‘Long to Green Light’ His Shows

The latest chapter in 50 Cent‘ s long-running feud with Starz comes as the hip-hop mogul has expressed frustration with the network for his tendency to drag his feet in renovations, as well as his latest series, Power Book IV: Force.

50 took to Twitter to reveal that he won’t have a series to air on Starz for the next half-year, writing: ‘I’m so sorry. “FORCE has four more episodes, then I don’t have anything to air on Starz for six months, so you all know the vibrations,” he wrote.

On Saturday, Fif took to social media to address a fan of the Power franchises who posted a TikTok video demanding an answer about the upcoming break.

50, tweeted, “FORCE is the highest rated premier of any show on the network.” “When it takes too long to give the green light, production pushes back the timeline. After tonight’s episode, there are three episodes left, april 10th is over. Then six months until I get something new.

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The Power was released from 2014 to 2020 and has so far spawned three spinoffs that have coincided with 10 seasons of TV: the aforementioned Power book II: Ghost and Book III: Raising Kanan. Including BMF, 50 Cent will ensure that Starz shows are broadcast directly from July 2021 to this April.

50 also reposted a video on IG in which an angry fan addresses me at length on IG, saying things like “we’re only here because of him,” “you don’t have to go out like this 50, we’ll keep an eye on Starz” and “I’ll make sure he never watches Starz again.”

The rapper captioned the clip: ‘LOL sorry mate they broke the flow.’

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