As well being a legendary rapper, 50 Cent has also been making waves behind-the-scenes in the TV industry as of late and now it looks like he could be delving deeper by making a Tekashi 6ix9ine biopic.
50 recently took to Instagram to announce his forthcoming TV show, For Life, which is due to air in the States in February 2020.
In the comments of the post, a fan asked 50 Cent if he had secured the rights to create a programme centred around the life of Tekashi 6ix9ine, to which 50 responded with: “I’m working boy.”
The story of 6ix9ine is proving to be very popular at the moment, as Snapchat recently revealed they are in the progress of producing a documentary on the rapper’s rise and fall.
News of 50 Cent’s alleged pursuit to secure the rights for a Tekashi biopic comes just weeks after 50 confirmed he cut all ties with 6ix9ine.
The two rappers had previously collaborated on their 2018 single, “Get The Strap” with Uncle Murda and Casanova.