New York rapper 50 Cent is low-key getting to the bag. The hip-hop veteran has hit up social media to tease fans about what he’s getting his hands into.
Fif went to Instagram Friday (May 4) to suggest big things brewing between himself and some unnamed studios.
Last month, buzz developed over 50 Cent’s “The Oath” coming back for a second season.
On the heels of The Oath‘s successful debut last month, Sony Crackle has ordered a second season of the crime drama series created by Joe Halpin and executive produced by Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson. The news is being announced today at the network’s upfront presentation at Sony Headquarters in New York. (Deadline)
A Sony Crackle executive also confirmed the buzz with a statement.
“Our audience has truly responded to this authentic, raw, and compelling series,” said Eric Berger, chief digital officer of Sony Pictures Television Networks and general manager of Sony Crackle. “Thanks to Joe, 50 Cent and our stellar ensemble and production team for bringing this powerful story to life. We look forward to taking the next step together.” (The Hollywood Reporter)
The show features a slew of high-profile Hollywood stars playing various major roles.
The series was created by Joe Halpin, who worked as an L.A. County Sheriff’s Dept. deputy in South Central for 17 years. The freshman season of the show stars Ryan Kwanten (“True Blood”), who is also a producer on the show; Sean Bean (“Game of Thrones”); Cory Hardrict (“American Sniper”); Arlen Escarpeta (“The Magicians”); Katrina Law (“Training Day”); and J.J. Soria (“Animal Kingdom”). (Variety)