50 Cent, Snoop Dogg New Series “Murder Was The Case” at Starz

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BMF can’t be the only bond linking both 50 Cent and Uncle Snoop Dogg all together. These are two hip-hop rappers who are desperate to do series things. Despite 50 Cent has been doing it right from POWRE to date, Snoop is now the latest figure showing more skillful roll and working with Fiddy is not but boom.

Since this year both have gotten pretty notoriety adding to their rap portfolio. It’s a huge 2021 success indeed but keeping you more proactive via Starz TV show, 50 Cent and Snoop Dogg are working together for new series called A Moment in Time: Murder was the Case. It’s a drama series and will be executive produce by 50 and Dogg.

As as noted on variety, the project which is currently on proceeding will be the second installment in an anthology series. The drama is about criminal events behind the scenes of true moments in hip-hop history. Murder Was the Case brings you most of the real life about Snoop Dogg and 50 Cent. It will give you or flash back to Snoop Dogg’s encounter in 1993 where who was charged for first degree murder.

50 Cent and Snoop Dogg are collaborating on this series with a full inception of what happened in the past. Murder Was The Case will also feature Snoop Dogg bodyguard who killed Woldermariam, of their rival gang member. In fact all you about to watch is Snoop Dogg’s past experience both 50 Cent as well.

As 50 Cent storyline in this series, the first episode will show 50 Cent and The Game beef. Already the episode was previously mentioned in 2020. It will more about The Game and 50 Cent beef, entirely. 50 Cent has also disclose the series will focus not only Snoop Dogg’s arrest but show how the rapper was fight for his freedom.

Snoop Dogg being part of the series, he thank supporters for allowing him to tell the story of has been his experience of the decade old.

50 will executive produce through his G-Unit Film & Television alongside executive producers Snoop, Shante Broadus and Sara Ramaker through Snoopadelic Films. Anthony Wilson will also serve as an executive producer on the series from Lionsgate Television.