50 Cent Speaks Out On Oversight Of 'Power' At Golden Globes
The rapper/actor took to Instagram to explain his stance.
Sunday's Golden Globes (Jan. 10) was full of memorable wins and inspiring speeches. But according to 50 Cent, the event was less than intriguing. The businessman took to his Instagram account to share his thoughts on the lack of recognition for the hit cable show Power.
In a recent post, the Queens native displayed an image of the show's lead actor Omari Hardwick, and said although Starz didn't "have tickets to the Golden Globes," the "Many Men" rapper has a plan to correct that matter. "I'll fix it sometimes you don't have to say a word to express how you feel," he wrote.
Earlier this week, Fifty also posted an image of co-star Joseph Sikora, who plays Tommy in the critically-acclaimed series, with another caption about the recent awards show. "Power, no Golden Globe nominations ok. Why is everyone waiting for it then? Or maybe nobody's waiting."
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I personally got on the phone to talk Omari Hardwick into doing the POWER show. I feel like I let him down. The Show is the highest rated show on Starz, but its being over looked he works hard.A lot of people say it's the best show on TV apparently we don't know shit. I'm sorry Omari,I didn't know this would get you a first class seat in the NIGGA section. #FRIGO #SMSAUDIO
Power season three will reportedly air this summer, so there's no telling what's in store for the show at the 2017 awards season.