Source | 50 Cent, Mona Scott-Young and Van Lathan get green light for ‘hip hop murders’

After the continued success of the Starz Power series and all of its connected series’, 50 cents hooked up with Love And Hip Hop producer/creator Mona Scott-Young and former TMZ co-host Van Lathan give WEtv-powered series, no titled script Hip Hop-style murders.

From every Hip Hop-related murder, including the most obvious Tupac and Biggie, the show delves into the specifics behind all the unrevealed murders in the Hip Hop community aimed at Find out what really happened.

Last week, Fif posted about the show with the caption, “Warm up on WE TV line, HIPHOP HOMICIDES GLG. GreenLightGang’s bulls keep an eye on another hit. #bransoncognac #lecheminduroi @vanlathan @monascottyoung. BOOM. ”

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In a statement explaining the purpose of the series, the TV mogul said, “G-Unit Film and Television has thrived on telling true stories. As I continue to develop my current interceptor, advanced scriptless programming will be the primary focus. Hip Hop loves spoiled things. This series will shed light on artists who didn’t make it through the struggle. ” Mona Scott-Young added, “50 and I created this show in response to the disturbing number of murders in Hip Hop. With this investigative kickoff series, we’ll scrutinize and explore the relationships surrounding these cases in the hopes of eventually providing loved ones with answers. ”

The series is scheduled to premiere later this year on WEtv and the ALLBLK streaming service. Source | 50 Cent, Mona Scott-Young and Van Lathan get green light for ‘hip hop murders’

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