50 Cent Talks Double Standards With Sex and Women...Is He Right?
By: Rico Panacea (@RicoPanacea)
(AllHipHop Rumors) "Power" is one of television's biggest surprise hit series of the last decade. The Courtney Kemp created series is broadcast nationally via the STARZ network.
"Power" is currently preparing to air its fifth season and has already been picked up for a sixth season. The show is also executive produced by Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson.
Recently the critically acclaimed series finally began to receive awards for the shows work. In an Instagram post, 50 Cent proudly showed off an NAACP Image Award he won for being apart of the hit series.
50 Cent would also use the Instagram post to shed my light on his thoughts about being included in Vivica A. Fox's new book. Recently it was stated that Fox's relationship with 50 Cent would be a subject of the book.
50 Cent hasn't been too happy about having some of his personal details shared with the world. In the post he elaborated on how women feel men being good sexual partners is something men should be happy about, but also spoke about how different it would be received if it was a man speaking about his previous sex life with a woman 14 years after the relationship ended.
The conversation has been a topic of much debate between men and women since 50 Cent made the post. Topics of double standards amongst men and women are raging as the lines between what is deemed to be appropriate and inappropriate continue to blur.