50 Cent Producing New Docuseries Which Includes 6ix9ine’s Story

Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson attends the "Power" Final Season World Premiere at The Hulu Theater at Madison Square Garden on August 20
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50 Cent is indeed producing a documentary on 6ix9ine, but it may not be what you think.

According to TMZ, the mogul has greenlit a brand new scripted series called “A Moment In Time.” It will be a scripted series based on artists such as 6ix9ine, Snoop Dogg, producer Scott Storch, streetball legend and former NBA point guard Rafer Alston aka “Skip To My Lou,” and others. The 50 Cent story will also be portrayed in the series.

The report states that the project will carry 6-8 episodes that will be about one hour long dedicated to each subject.

Last month, 50 sparked rumors after answering a fan’s comment on Instagram asking about rumors that he obtained rights to 6ix9ine’s story.

His episode will reportedly center around the controversy of his rise.

Snoop Dogg’s story will center around the release of “Doggystyle,” and his 1996 murder trial. Storch will highlight his rise to one of the most popular producers in hip hop, and 50’s centers around the time of his sophomore album “The Massacre,” and his beef with Jimmy Henchman.

It will be released under 50 Cent’s G-Unit Film & Television Company. There is no timetable of release as of yet.