50 Cent was threatening to expose the truth about what’s going on in the television industry – but he changed his mind at the last minute. And folks all over Twitter are wondering whether it was the “illuminati” who made 50 change his mind, Media Take Out has learned.
On Sunday (March 25), 50 posted a pair of photos of NY reporter Lisa Evers with a caption indicating that she had reached out to him with an interview request.
“This lady from Fox 5 News called asking if i would speak to her about my experience in television production,” he captioned the post. “I said like real behind the scenes, [eyes emoji] if she does this the Tv is going to go black [television emoji].”
50 then deleted the post mysteriously.
In the past year, his growing media empire has expanded beyond the partnership with STARZ that brought about the Power franchise to include deals with multiple platforms, including Paramount+, ABC and Fox.
His success with the premium cable network continues to break records, however, despite the dissolution of the deal between G Unit & Television Inc. and STARZ in 2022. The latest Power spinoff, Power Book II: Ghost returned with its season three premiere last week and the STARZ juggernaut has broken another viewer record.
According to Deadline, the season three debut smashed STARZ’s previous premiere record with 5.8 million viewers across platforms through the first three days of availability since being released on March 17. The cumulative number is a huge jump compared to the estimated 362,000 live broadcast viewers that tuned in on Friday night.
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