Is 50 Cent trying to make a movie on 6ix9ine and Nine Trey’s crazy story?
Looks like that scenario is not out of the question. 6ix9ine’s trial so far has made several headlines with surprising revelations coming out almost every day since the trial began earlier this month. The controversial Brooklyn rapper has snitched in the court without hesitation and named several of his once friends as culprits in various crimes related to homicides, robberies and kidnapping.
While commenting on a post on his Instagram, 50 has hinted that he may be looking to secure the rights to a movie based on 6ix9ine and the rest f the Nine Trey crew. When a fan asked if it’s true that he’s trying to buy the rights to it, 50 replied “I’m working boy.” That doesn’t confirm anything but the rap mogul didn’t deny it either. See a screenshot of his comment below.
50 is surely someone who should be able to do a good job with such a story as he’s been in the streets and experienced it at all at one point in his life. 50 jokingly used to call Tekashi his “son” and co-signed his music movement as the new “king of New York” when he was still a free man.