Rapper 50 cents intervene in politics.
The 44-year-old musician was spotted on Capitol Hill on Wednesday as he worked with House spokeswoman Nancy Pelosi for entertainment diversity and representation. After The Hill
"My # 1 Lady Nancy Pelosi – Big Changes Are Coming", 50 Cent, whose real name is Curtis Jackson, has captioned a photo he took with her.
It is also reported that he was in Washington, DC, advocating for Starz – the network broadcasting his "Power" series – to remain part of Comcast Xfinity.
"Hate it or love it, showing #Power matter b / c #RepresentationMatters," Rep. Bobby Rush of Illinois wrote in social media.
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on the big screen. Many thanks to @ 50Cent, @naturinaughton, & @STARZ for coming to talk to me about the importance of various programs.
50 Cent published the quote on his Instagram.
"I met with @repcardenas to discuss how important it is to produce and promote diverse programs. "Group photo."
The businessman vociferously commented on Comcast, who recently briefed company CEO Brian L. Roberts on his dealings with Starz.
It looks like he has lived all his life 50 Cent on Instagram wrote "He needs to relax, go to a golf course or sit down somewhere."
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In July said 50 Cent: "" Power "has been overlooked by the Emmys because of the breed so far. It has received no nominations despite the success of the popular drama series with prominent black representation.
"I like to say it's racist, it's the easy way out of things," he said during the Television Critics Association Tour press conference. "People who walk and communicate with these ceremonies are not necessarily cool people."
The Associated Press contributed to this report.