After news broke that Suge Knight in the early morning hours that Suge Knight reportedly signed over his life rights to Ray J, 50 Cent chimed in showing interest in the former Death Row Records founder’s life story.
On Monday afternoon (Oct. 21), 50 Cent hopped on his Instagram account and sent a message to Ray J in regards to Suge Knight’s life story in a post/delete. Read on…
CelebNMusic247.com has learned that 50 Cent wanted to let Ray J know that he wanted to be a part of whatever Ray J will be working on when it comes to Suge Knight life rights.
50 Cent wrote in the caption alongside a screenshot of the article from TMZ, which we reported on this morning:
@Rayj call me I know what to do with this…don’t nothing move but the money,” he wrote in the caption alongside a screenshot of the article from TMZ, who broke the story.
As we previously reported Suge Knight has reportedly signed over his life rights to Ray J in hopes of securing profit-making deals on the outside, including TV shows, film projects, books and more.
50 Cent these days is the man to speak to since he has 9 projects in the works with multiple networks. This would be a great fit for Ray J to team up with Fif since the rap mogul has parlayed his empire into G-Unit Productions.
Ray J is currently in the works to secure deals on the outside, including TV shows, film projects, books and more. With 50 involved, that can take care of both TV and film.
Fif is currently producing a series based on the infamous Detroit drug trafficking organization Black Mafia Family. Former B.M.F. leader Big Meech gave the show his blessing in a prison letter last August.
50 Cent, who is performing a few concert dates in the fall, is producing the Power spin-off, Power Book II, starring Mary J. Blige, which premieres next year. He is also working on