The “Power” mogul is producing a new docuseries called “A Moment in Time,” which will spotlight several high-profile rappers and athletes. The scripted series will include 6ix9ine, Snoop Dogg, producer Scott Storch, former NBA player Rafer Alston, and 50 himself.
According to TMZ, 50 will document the rise and fall of Tekashi during the 6 to 8 hour-long episodes dedicated to each subject. The series will highlight 6ix9ine’s controversial life and career, including his federal racketeering case and snitching.
There were reports that 50 was producing a movie based on Tekashi. Last month, he hinted that he had purchased the rights to a biopic on the embattled rapper. When asked by a fan if there was any truth to the rumor, he responded, “I’m working boy.”
Snoop Dogg’s episodes will focus on his murder trial and his rise to fame with Doggystyle, while 50’s episodes will include the making of his 2005 album, The Massacre, and his beef with Jimmy Henchman.
“A Moment in Time” will be produced through 50’s G-Unit Film & Television company. The hip-hop mogul will also produce and star in the upcoming legal drama For Life, which premieres Feb. 23 on ABC.