Fif went to Instagram Thursday (December 7) to toast to coming up victorious in a copyright battle.
According to reports, a judge tossed out a lawsuit aimed at 50 over allegedly jacking “Power.”
Two guys wrote a play called “Dangerous” which they claimed was eerily like “Power.” The story line involved a drug dealer who engaged in violence, launders money and attempts to stave off prosecution. The court said these are common elements that are in the public domain and “One need only look to such shows and movies as The Wire, Empire, Breaking Bad, Narcos, Weeds, Carlito’s Way, American Gangster, New Jack City, Scarface and Paid in Full.” (TMZ)
Recently, the “Power” show’s Instagram page unleashed an epic season five behind the scenes clip.
Earlier this year, cast member Michael Rainey Jr. revealed career advice he received from co-star 50 Cent.
Definitely appreciate 50 taking his personal time to talk to me, this is one of the realest I know. I’m grateful for the new knowledge & understanding I gained after the sit down & I will apply it. “Pay attention to human behavior you can learn a lot from watching people” I got the message @50cent 🙏🏾. #mentor #PowerFamily #PowerTv #50cent