50 Cent is still improving even after his illustrious musical career. The 48-year-old businessman just launched his G-Unit production company.

On Tuesday, December 12, KSLA12 reported that the rapper “In Da Club” was granted permission by the Shreveport, Louisiana city council to lease Millenium Studio. For his G-Unit Films and Television company, the studio will serve as the creative center.

Councilwoman Tabatha Taylor stated, “We already know that 50 Cent is a mighty mogul in the entertainment business.” But what will be felt here will be the aftereffects for nearby companies. We consider ourselves back to be an entertainment mecca now that we have repositioned Shreveport in the business.

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50 Cent used his own social media messages to commemorate the historic occasion. “If you’re ready to work in film and television, all roads lead to Shreveport,” he posted on Wednesday, December 13, using the apps X, formerly known as Twitter, and Instagram. “G-unit studios formally resides in Louisiana. Green Light Gang (BOOM GLG) gunitbrands.com.

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Power, Black Mafia Family (BMF), For Life, and other hit television programs from the past few years have been produced by G-Unit Film and Television.

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50 has had a busy year. To commemorate the 20th anniversary of his breakthrough album Get Rich Or Die Tryin’, he started The Final Lap Tour. His journey across North America commenced in July and ended in September with a visit in Toronto. For the second half of the tour, he left and traveled abroad, stopping in cities including Amsterdam, Copenhagen, Stockholm, Milan, and Prague.

The third part of 50 Cent’s tour is currently underway, and it will stop in Perth, Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, and Auckland.

This year, he has even contributed to fresh music, making an appearance on a reimagined rendition of Nicki Minaj’s “Beep Beep” off her most recent album Pink Friday 2.


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