50 Cent Tells Emmys To Kiss His Black A** Over ‘POWER’ Snub
While several people seem to be basking in their Emmy nominations, 50 Cent doesn’t seem to be very happy about his show POWER on Starz that was snubbed after its 6th season.
He took to his social media to post what looks like a painting of a black man’s backside with the caption:
The 2020 Emmy awards, which takes place on September 20, has already released the list of this year’s nominees, which include HBO’s Insecure, Issa Rae and Yvonne Orji, Anthony Anderson, and Mahershala Ali.
This wouldn’t be the first time that 50 Cent has had something to say to the Emmy committee. Last year, he shared similar sentiments when he posted facts along with “kiss my black a**” statement.
50 Cent, the executive producer of POWER alongside executive producer/creator, Courtney Kemp, often boasts about the original hit series starring Omari Hardwick, Naturi Naughton, Michael Rainey Jr., and Joseph Sikora. The power driven, street savvy, drug-ridden show also starred Rotimi, LaLa Anthony and 50 Cent whose characters have all been killed off of the drama.
Though POWER has yet to secure an Emmy, the popular show has garnered several NAACP Image Awards.
The show will have four spinoffs, beginning with Power Book II: Ghost that airs September 6, according to Courtney Kemp’s Instagram page.
What do you think about how 50 Cent has reacted to being snubbed for POWER?