50Cent Believes He's Going To Win An Award For New Starz Show “BMF” Following Eminem's Upcoming Role
The Detroit rapper is set to guest star on Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson Starz series “BMF.”, he will take on the role of White Boy Rick on an upcoming episode.
50 Cent: “I’m gonna win a award for directing again.”
TheWrap reports that the Detroit native will play the role of White Boy Rick in one episode of 50 Cent's new show. “I’m honored and appreciative of my good friend Em for supporting my new show BMF,” Fif said in a statement. “We couldn’t do a show based in Detroit without incorporating the legend that is Eminem.”
The upcoming Starz series "BMF," inspired by two real-life brothers from Detroit who were powerful figures in drug trafficking, will feature Motor City's very own as a guest star.
Rick Wershe Jr., also known as "White Boy Rick." Rick was an FBI informant when he sold drugs and guns as part of a Detroit gang. At the age of 17, he was dumped by the feds and sentenced to life in prison. However, last year, Rick was paroled and released from prison. A few weeks ago, he sued the Detroit Police Department for over $100 million.
Curtis Jackson' is reacting to the viral news and confidently stated that he will be receiving another NAACP Award for directing upcoming Starz series 'BMF.' Taking to Instagram on Wednesday, (August 18) the Hip-Hop mogul captioned. "Episode107 of BMF is crazy, i’m gonna win a award for directing again, Curtis wrote. watch its so good @eminem came out to shoot a cameo for my episode."
Last February in 2020, Curtis received his first award for his directing role in Power.
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“BMF,” based on one of the most influential crime families, is set to premiere Sept. 26 on Starz. The drama series will also feature Snoop Dogg in the recurring role of Pastor Swift, a spiritual advisor to the Flenory family.
The real story behind Black Mafia Family lies with brothers Demetrius “Big Meech” Flenory and Terry “Southwest T” Flenory, who, after rising to prominence in late 1980s Detroit, formed one of the most powerful crime families in the U.S.
The role of Big Meech is being played by his actual son, Demetrius “Lil Meech” Flenory Jr. The cast is rounded out by Snoop Dogg, La La Anthony, Serayah, Da’Vinchi, Russell Hornsby, and Michole Briana White.