50 Cent Announces Collaboration With Paramount+  For “Vice City” Series

50 Cent is currently in his TV bag. Aside from the success gained from BMF, Power, and For Life, the New York rapper and mogul is now developing a new series set to premiere on Paramount+ titled — Vice City.

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Rapper and business mogul 50 Cent is developing another television series under his G-Unit Film & Television production company. Vice City, set to premiere exclusively on Paramount+, will follow the lives of three former soldiers who have been dishonorably discharged in the mid-1980s. 

Due to their involvement in the Iran-Contra Affair, and the political secret weapons scandal during the Ronald Regan administration, the three have little to no promising job opportunities.

After an encounter with a Colombian immigrant, they get caught in a life of crime and form a heist crew. The series is a joint effort made alongside established writers and producers Josh Peters and Darnell Metayer, who have worked on the live-action Transformers movies.

Also, Chad Stahelski, one-half of the directing duo behind the John Wick movies, has signed on as an executive producer and director.

50 Cent Set To Make “8-Mile” TV Show

While on Big Boy’s Neighborhood, 50 Cent let slip that he was working toward making an adaptation of 8-Mile– the 2002 rap drama loosely based on and starring “Lose Yourself” rapper Eminem.