50 Cent and Kenya Barris is developing the ‘The 50th Law’ Netflix series

    Based on a semi-autobiographical account of the rapper’s early life and career

    50 cents more Black-ish The producers are developing a new Netflix series based on Kenya Barris 50th lawBest book co-authored by the rapper with Robert Green.

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    50th law ‘I Get Money’ is a semi-autobiographical article of the artist’s early life and career, which also includes quotes from historical figures such as Sun Tzu, Socrates, Napoleon, Abraham Lincoln and Malcolm X.

    Barris will co-write and produce the pilot script with executive Hale Rothstein, who executive produces the Netflix comedy series Blackaff Via G-Unit via Barris as well as Green and Jackson time limit.

    Lionsgate are set to produce through Jackson’s overall deal on TV Starz. No information about the potential cast or release date has yet been confirmed.

    ‘Black-ish’ producer Kenya speaks on stage at the Barris Hammer Museum Los Angeles. Credit: Rodin Eckenroth / Getty Images

    This year Kid Cudi claimed that the pair were working on a new show together last month (31 January), appearing busy with TV projects this year.

    Cudi tweeted, “Last week a show of 50 cents was on a show. “Big things are happening !!” Ill keep u posted.

    He said, “50 is one of my favorite images and is a great person hesitantly.” No concrete details of the show, or what form it may take, have not been revealed yet.

    50 Cent was also criticized when he allegedly performed at a Super Bowl party this month (7 February) with no masks or social distance.

    A report by TMZ It is claimed that the rapper performed in front of a crowd of masked fans inside an airport hangar in St. Petersburg, Florida, who made no attempt to socially distance.

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