50 Cent deletes Instagram post about the TV industry’s secrets
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50 Cent deletes Instagram post about the TV industry's secrets

After planning to expose TV industry secrets on his Instagram account, 50 Cent has now deleted the post from his page.

The rapper (real name Curtis Jackson) has successfully pivoted from the music industry into the TV business thanks to his successful show, Power. On Sunday, he shared an image of FOX 5 News correspondent Lisa Evers with the caption: “This lady from Fox 5 News called asking if I would speak to her about my experience in television production.” He continued: “I said, ‘Like [about] real behind-the-scenes’…if she does this, the TV is going to go black”.

Jackson also uploaded another image on his Instagram, which is still available to see now, and he claimed in the caption “there is not [one] African American person with green-light power in all of television. WTF, I gotta turn it up now!”

Meanwhile, it was recently announced Jackson is currently developing a new series for Paramount+ which has the working title of Vice City. Despite its name, the upcoming series has nothing to do with the Grand Theft Auto videogame series. According to reports, the drama “follows three friends, and former soldiers, who return to their home city of Miami in the mid-80s after being dishonorably discharged from the military for their involvement in the Iran Contra scandal.

“Disgraced, displaced, and forgotten by the country they served and with no good job prospects, the three friends partner with a mysterious Colombian immigrant, uniting their financial needs and criminal ambitions to form a heist crew. Fueled by the need for American green, they traverse a violent and dangerous path in pursuit of the American Dream.”