All good things must come to an end. Nearly a decade ago, Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson teamed up with Starz to launch a new series called Power. After a successful run with Power, the launch of BMF and a number of spin-off projects, it appears that he will take his talents elsewhere. In a recent Instagram post, the New York native revealed that his partnership with the premium cable network would end on September 17, 2022.
“[September 17, 2022 is the first] official day of really owning my content and decided where and how I do it moving forward,” 50 Cent wrote.
Shortly thereafter, 50 Cent shared a video of the Pittsburgh Pirates popping bottles of champagne in their locker room after a big win.
“This is my vibe right now! [My] STARZ deal [is] done. We had nothing, but success so [there are] no hard feelings. I’m out. I’ll let you know where we are going shortly,” he added.
While 50 Cent may take his content elsewhere in the future, one of his most successful projects, Power Book III: Raising Kanan, is midway through its second season. Shortly after the finale of its second season, Power Book II: Ghost is scheduled to return. Stars Michael Rainey Jr., Alix Lapri and LaToya Tonedo have been spotted filming the latest season in New York.
Beyond his work with Starz, 50 Cent delivered two seasons of the ABC drama, For Life. In the world of film he is also reportedly working on a sequel to Den of Thieves. Also, he has reportedly landed key roles in The Expendables IV and Transport.