Snoop Dogg’s TV Series Will No Longer Be Produced

Due to the network dropping “the damn ball,” 50 Cent has disclosed that the Snoop Dogg TV series he was working on, is no longer in development.

Last December, the two announced their collaboration on ‘A Moment In Time: Murder Was The Case’, an anthology series focusing on the criminal events that take place behind the scenes of hip-hop history.

The show was supposed to be set in 1993, during Snoop’s trial for the murder of Phili Woldermariam, a rival gang member killed by Snoop’s bodyguard, McKinley Lee. Snoop (actual name Calvin Broadus) and Lee were both acquitted of first and second-degree murder charges.

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However, on 23rd April, 50, who has earned a name for himself in the television industry by creating shows including Power and BMF for the STARZ network, told followers on Twitter that the show is no longer in production.

It’s not the first time 50 has made a dig at STARZ. On several occasions, the rapper (actual name Curtis Jackson) has expressed his dissatisfaction with the network.

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He vowed to leave the network in a series of social media tweets in March. Meanwhile, 50 Cent will headline a huge show at Wembley Arena in London this summer. The show was confirmed after the rapper was announced as a headliner for Manchester’s Parklife festival in 2022, which will be a UK-only festival.

Tyler, the Creator and Megan Thee Stallion are just a few of the big names joining 50 Cent on the Parklife lineup.