There’s something wrong with the “Power” universe. 50 Cent is once again threatening to leave Starz, home of the successful “Power” series. In a series of messages shared on social media, 50 called out the cable network while announcing the end of its deal.
“This is me packing my stuff, STARZ 😵🍆Sucks, my deal is here, I’m out,” he wrote. He also told G-Unit Film & Television employees to pack their bags and prepare to leave.
“Anil now get your fuing bag in the car, we’re getting out of here, get the fuing sign on the door, there’s no G-unit movies and televisions here anymore,” he wrote to G-Unit’s Development Director, “Josh hurry up, let’s get all the prescriptions out!”
It’s unclear whether 50 is actually planning to leave the network or if it’s a marketing tactic to renew its deal because it’s 50! In 2018, he signed a four-year deal with Starz estimated to be worth $150 million. 50 currently has a number of shows on Starz that have received big ratings, including “Power Book II: Ghost,” “Power Book III: Raising Kanan” and “BMF.”
Usher’s Child’s Birth Music and His Name Makes 50 Cent Happy
On Thursday, February 24, 50 Cent took to Instagram and hailed R&B legend Usher for playing the 2003 hit “In Da Club” when his son, Sire Raymond, was born.
“We have 2 Kings now, SIRE Jackson and SIRE Raymond. coolest shit ever! @bransoncognac @lecheminduroi @bottlerover,” 50 said referring to his son sharing the same name as Usher’s child
Usher shared the memory with Ellen Degeneres on her talk show earlier this week. He said he was responsible for the music to be played in the hospital room. Usher had ruined her choice of music when her daughter was born and said she didn’t want to experience the same thing again.
“The first time, I was in charge of music but I did a terrible job,” Usher told Ellen. “But the second time, I came fully equipped. I had my Mophie. I had speakers. I had backup batteries. I had a whole playlist that I had worked on for about two weeks. It was crazy. It was great.”