April 26, 2021

50 Cent Says He Tried To Make Snoop Dogg Stop Smoking On The ‘BMF’ Set

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50 Cent Says He Tried To Make Snoop Dogg Stop Smoking On The ‘BMF’ Set

50 Cent is gearing up to drop his next film series, Black Mafia Series.

The rapper shared what may have been a hilarious moment on set, as he says on his Instagram post, a face of Snoop Dogg looking at him seriously as they filmed for the new series.

In his caption, 50 addressed that he told Snoop that he could not smoke weed on the set.

“This is how @snoopdogg looked at me when i told him he can’t smoke weed on set,” he wrote. “He said the f*ck you talking about 50 it’s legal. LOL.” Take a look:

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BMF is based on Big Meech and Southwest T’s life and actual events in the late 1980s. They come from southwest Detroit’s troubling streets. The Black Mafia Family is one of the most influential crime families who chased the American Dream; however, things happened along the way that disrupted their brotherhood. 

Big Meech’s son, Demetrius, also known as “Lil Meech,” will make his acting debut and play his father. Grown-ish actor Da’Vinchi will play BMF’s co-founder/Big Meech’s brother; Southwest T. Snoop Dogg was also added to the cast earlier this year. Kash Doll has a recurring role in the show as Monique. 

Lala Anthony plays Markaisha Taylor. Taylor is the wife of “Big Meech.” Taylor has a close relationship with her husband’s brother/boss, Terry “Southwest T” Flenory. Loyalty gets challenged, making the plot spicier. Russell Hornsby will star as the family’s patriarch, Charles Flenory, according to AllHipHop. Tasha Smith is the director and said the pilot is complete.

G-Unit Film and Television, in association with Starz and LionsGate, produced the film. The is no release date as of yet. 

Snoop Dogg went in more detail about his time filming BMF during his conversation with Ebro in the Morning which you can watch below.

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