50 Cent may consider using a Nollywood actor with a Nigerian accent to play the lead role in his proposed HUSHPUPPI movie


An American director has expressed interest in making a movie about Hushpuppi’s ground-breaking internet fraud for the second time in two years.

A movie series based on the Nigerian online scammer Ramon Abass aka Hushpuppi was launched by American rapper and producer Curtis James Jackson III on Wednesday night.

The rapper known for the smash song “In da Club,” who also wrote other popular songs from his 2003 debut album “Get Rich or Die Trying,” posted images of the infamous con artist on his Instagram page.

For his scammers, 50 Cent, who is also the CEO of G Unit Records, wrote: “Hushpuppy series coming soon! I don’t miss it, (GLG) GreenLightGang.

For his scammers, 50 Cent, who is also the CEO of G Unit Records, wrote: “Hushpuppy series coming soon! I don’t miss it, (GLG) GreenLightGang.

An American director has expressed interest in making a movie about Hushpuppi’s ground-breaking internet fraud for the second time in two years.

A Hushpuppi-based action thriller would be made by EbonyLife Studios, a Nigerian production firm owned by media mogul and director Mo Abudu, it was reported in August 2021.

According to Ms. Abudu, who first announced the news on Instagram, EbonyLife Studios and Will Packer Productions will collaborate to create an untitled production based on the Evan Ratliff piece from Bloomberg headlined “The Fall of the Billionaire Gucci Master.”

Since neither party has provided an update, it is unknown where the intended film project stands.

However, 50 Cent’s comments have heightened interest among Nigerians once more, with Nollywood players pleading with him to permit a Nigerian with a Nigerian accent to play the lead role.


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