50 Cent is on a coming out with a new show.
He’s teaming up with Love and Hip Hop CEO, Mona Scott-Young for a series called Hip Hop Homicides for WEtv, hosted by former TMZ personality, Van Lathan. Deadline points out the show will “look into the staggering number of unsolved murders in the hip-hop community in an attempt to uncover details of what really happened.”Notable mysteries till this day are the deaths of Biggie, Tupac, Big L and more. It’s not clear which artists the series will highlight.
Fif will executive produce for G-Unit Film & Television.Mona’s multimedia company is called Monami Productions and they’ll will handle physical production. Mona, alongside Stephanie R. Gayle and Michael Lang will exec produce. Lionsgate will deal with international distribution rights. Lauren Gellert and Kari McFarland will exec produce for WEtv as well as Vanessa Satten and Anthony Wilson. Don Sikorski will serve as consulting producer, per the source.
Mona spoke on the series and said,
“50 and I created this show in response to the disturbing number of murders in hip-hop. With this boots-on-the-ground investigative series, we will look to closely examine and explore leads surrounding these cases with the hope of finally providing loved ones with answers.”
The outlet also notes, the eight-part series will air later this year on AMC Networks’ WEtv as well as its streaming service ALLBLK.