Mary J. Blige and Method Man both took home trophies for their roles in Power Book II: Ghost at the 53rd annual NAACP Image Awards over the weekend.
Mary J. Blige And Method Man Receive NAACP Image Awards For Their Roles In 50 Cent's Show "Power: Ghost"
“All I Need,” collaborator Blige and Method Man win NAACP Image awards for Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson Power Book II: Ghost.
Meth and Mary J's characters serve a strong purpose in the show, and they were awarded for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series and Method Man for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series on Saturday (February 26).
The nine-time Grammy winner took to social media to expressed her gratitude with a post that read, “Thank you @naacpimageawards for your years of love and support! Thank you to everyone who voted!! Your love and support means a lot. Thank you @courtneyakemp & @50cent for this amazing opportunity! Thank you #JeffHirsch & everyone at @starz. The amazing cast, crew, EP’s & everyone at of @ghoststarz!!”
Veteran lyricist Method Man had continuously been praised for his portrayed of attorney Davis MacLean in the STARZ show. Power Book II:
The Wu-Tang Clan legend won the NAACP Imagine Award in the Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series category.
Method Man shared an Instagram post celebrating the award and declared his “price just went up!! 2x“[🏆🏆],” he wrote. “Repost from @naacpimageawards. Congratulations to Cliff #MethodMan Smith – Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series – Power Book II: Ghost. #NAACPImageAwards.”