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Tekashi 6ix9ine Docuseries Produced By 50 Cent

Also to feature Snoop Dogg, Scott Storch

TMZ has reported that 50 Cent is indeed working on a Tekashi 6ix9ine docuseries. Along with the Tekashi docuseries, 50 Cent is also set to tell Snoop Dogg’s murder trail story as well.

Reps for 50 Cent have confirmed to XXL Magazine the news reported by TMZ concerning the docuseries. The show titled ‘A Moment In Time’ will feature about 7 episodes, each an hour long.

‘A Moment In Time’ will showcase Tekashi’s rise to stardom and his recent fall that includes his kidnapping incident, arrest, trail and “snitching”.

Before Tekashi’s downfall, he was once considered 50 Cent’s son. The two would also appear in the music video ‘Get The Strap’, and with 50 Cent co-signing the Brooklyn star, more collaborations seemed to be on the horizon.

Tekashi 6ix9ine Docuseries Produced By 50 Cent
6ix9ine and 50 Cent

That was until 6ix9ine cooperated with the Feds and 50 Cent publicly saying he doesn’t support 6ix9ine anymore. But that hasn’t stopped 50 Cent from making this project happen, and the money and interest this doucseries will generate, is hard to deny.

But wait there’s more. Tekashi and Snoop Dogg won’t be the only high profile legal woes on display in the docuseries. Scott Storch, former NBA player Rafer Alston, and 50 Cent himself.

Snoop Dogg had incredible odds stacked against him as he fought and beat a murder case back in his early Death Row records days. This while he had huge success with his ‘Doggystyle‘ album.

The Tekashi 6ix9ine docuseries will be produced through 50 Cent’s G-Unit Film & Television company.


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