50 Cent’s a busy dude. The rapper-entrepreneur writes books, peddles energy drinks, and is currently adding to his acting resume.
TVline.com reports that Fiddy will be guest starring on a February episode of “The Finder,” an upcoming spinoff of Fox series “Bones.”
50 Cent, a.k.a. Curtis Jackson, generally applies his dramatic talents to the big screen, but he’s making an exception with “The Finder.” As its name implies, the series is about a guy who can locate basically anything, or anyone.
Fiddy will play Big Glade, a "successful, intimidating hip-hop mogul" who is frantically searching for a dead rapper’s lost tracks. “Bones” star David Boreanaz will direct the episode.
Michael Clarke Duncan and Geoff Stults star in “The Finder,” which premieres in January. The show will air Thursdays at 9/8c on Fox.
50 Cent’s upcoming films include “All Things Fall Apart” and “Vengeance.”
I got shot when I was real young. The nurse kept giving me vacksinashun shots. Im a gangsta zombie.
Bravo to Curtis Jackson for growing up, crossing over, and successfully transitioning into other areas of the entertainment world. He's very talented and has proven to be a respectable young adult, father, and entertainer. Good luck with your future career. These guys have soooooo much to offer and are soooooo talented. I am glad he, Puffy, Jay Z, Will Smith and all the rest have realized their greater potential and acted on it. Just like you don't want to be the old man in the club.....you don't want to be the old rapper with a 40.
Will Smith is out of the league of any of the other rapper/actors out there.
He made it to the top without having to pretend to be gangsta like the rest of the phonies in the rap game.
lil wayne was shot when he was 12, but the truth is, he shot himself while playing with a gun. So gangsta.
50 cent playing a rap mogul. Another stretch.
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