New York rapper 50 Cent doesn’t want fans to book flights out to Paris next year to see him allegedly perform. The hip-hop veteran has shut down buzz about him getting scheduled to perform overseas.

Last night, Curtis Jackson went to Instagram to call out a bogus promtoter.

Outside of performances, 50 recently announced the creative power he has at premium network Starz.

Last month, reports emerged about 50 and Starz agreeing to work together to create at least three new series.

Under the agreement, Jackson will continue to develop new scripted and unscripted projects exclusively for the premium service through his G-Unit Film & Television, Inc. banner. The deal represents a significant increase to Starz’s investment in Jackson, executive producer of drama series “Power.” It includes a three-series commitment, the addition of a dedicated development executive, and a discretionary fund for use in developing G-Unit projects. (Variety)

50 also weighed-in on what motivated him to sign on the dotted line with network responsible for his hit “Starz” series.

“When I sat down with Chris [Albrecht, Starz CEO] and walked him through my plans for G-Unit Film & Television going forward, he let me know I was essentially requesting the biggest deal in premium cable history,” Jackson said. “I am excited to announce that we’ve made that partnership between myself, G-Unit Film & Television and Starz/Lionsgate and we will continue our proven track record of breaking records and delivering unique content for audiences around the world … Get The Strap.” (Variety)