50 Cent Hints At Major Collaboration With Tyler Perry Following High Praise From Film Mogul

HOLLYWOOD, CALIFORNIA - JANUARY 30: Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson attends the ceremony honoring him with a Star on The Hollywood Walk of Fame held on January 30, 2020 in Hollywood, California.
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50 Cent and Tyler Perry hint that an epic collaboration is on the horizon.

On Tuesday (July 9), TMZ caught up with Perry in NYC, where he was signing autographs. During the interaction, the multi-hyphenate couldn’t contain his admiration for Fif.

“I’m so proud of that man. He’s amazing and he’s blowing it up out of the water. I’m super, super proud of him,” said Perry.

When asked about the possibility of a future collaboration between the duo, Perry replied: “If he wants to. I love that dude.”

The G-Unit mogul practically confirmed an upcoming project with Perry when he shared the video clip on Instagram.

“BIG collaboration coming soon sprinkle a little Tyler, sprinkle a little 50 and [bomb emoji] BOOM [wind emoji] you can’t beat it! HISTORY IN THE MAKING,” he caption the clip.

Check out the post below.

Given 50 Cent’s television takeover, thanks to the success of his “Power” franchise and the launch of G-Unit Studios in Shreveport, Louisiana, the collaboration is perfectly fitting.

“We already know that 50 Cent is a powerful mogul in the entertainment industry,” councilwoman Tabatha Taylor shared with KSLA12 on Tuesday said at the time.

“But the ripple effect on local businesses here will be significant. By rebranding Shreveport as a hub in the entertainment industry, we’re positioning ourselves once again as an entertainment mecca,” she added, further emphasizing the significant impact on job creation and economic growth in Shreveport and the surrounding areas that the studio space would have.

The “Many Men” hitmaker also celebrated the milestone on his Instagram page writing, “All roads lead to Shreveport if you’re ready to work in film and television. G-Unit Studios is officially in Louisiana. BOOM GLG,” alongside a photo of the studio building.”

In 2005, 50 Cent launched G-Unit Film & Television Inc., known for producing popular shows such as “Power,” “Raising Kanan,” and “Ghost” on the STARZ network.