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Curtis '50 Cent' Jackson outraged after Golden Globe snub

Rapper Curtis Jackson back on the small screen in hit show 'Power'

 

Star of TV's "Power," Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson has a few choice words for the Hollywood Foreign Press Association for failing to nominate his show for a Golden Globe, and he’s threatening to exit the Starz drama series. The rapper-actor blasted the organization via Instagram.

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"[I'm] on the move again, the Golden Globes can suck a d--k," 50 Cent wrote. "I accept my series POWER was not intended to be a signature show for the network but it is the highest rated show. I know my audience very well, [I'm] done promoting this out side of contractual obligations. SEASON 4 KANAN MUST DIE, I got other s--t to do.”

Jackson posted a second Instagram featuring a photo of Floyd Mayweather in what appears to be fake key art for Season 4. The caption reads: "[I'm] off the POWER train, champ is gonna do the show. Go to him for more info, I gotta do something different."

Responding to a request for comment, a Starz spokesperson told Deadline: "We are grateful for the excellent work being done on 'Power' by the producers, cast and crew. We certainly think this exceptional show has been overlooked by various awards committees, but the fans have made it the second-most-watched show on premium cable in 2016 and those are accolades that mean just as much if not more."

Jackson serves as an executive producer and plays the character Kanan on the show. He’s currently under an overall deal with Starz to develop new projects while continuing as an exec producer on "Power."