50 Cent Posts A Letter From Big Meech About B.M.F. TV Series

(AllHipHop News) Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson is currently working on a new television series about the drug trafficking organization known as Black Mafia Family.

The development of the project led to an online conflict between 50 and film producer L.T. Hutton who supposedly has the film rights to the B.M.F. story.

It appears currently incarcerated B.M.F. co-founder Demetrius “Big Meech” Flenory is pleased with the idea of 50 being part of a team putting together the TV tale of the notorious group connected to Hip Hop artists such as Jeezy.

50 posted a letter to Instagram said to be written by Big Meech. The message included the author praising the Queens mogul’s other work such as the Starz drama Power.

Meech also claimed that he had not given anyone permission to create a movie about him of B.M.F.

“I’m the only one that can tell the B.M.F. and Big Meech story,” the letter reads. “So any person or persons trying to do a film is ‘100% faking.'”

In 2011, Deadline reported that Hutton’s Program Pictures landed motion picture rights to the Black Mafia Family. The company is also responsible for the upcoming 2Pac biopic All Eyez On Me.



Read carefully, I’m not playing no games. BMF COMING SOON!!! #EFFENVODKA #FRIGO

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