Posted by , Dec 28, 2014 at 05:06pm
50 Cent suggests that the Fox show "Empire" ripped off the ads for his own show, "Power".

50 Cent has never been one to hold his tongue, but in the past, his criticisms have generally been aimed at figures in the world of hip hop. As he expands his focus, Fif has now opened himself up to beef if all different markets, and his most recent target is FOX Television series, Empire.

Taking to Instagram, 50 criticized Empire's advertising campaign, suggesting that it was a rip off of Power, the show he happens to executive produce. He also posted a photo of a character from his show, contrasted with Terrence Howard, and asked his female followers to choose who they thought was better looking. Of course, he kept it all pretty light-hearted, but definitely put it out there that 

View 50's posts below.

 

Empire VS. Power LADIES what's up you be the judge. LMAO #SMSAUDIO #FRIGO #POWERTV

A photo posted by 50 Cent (@50cent) on

50 Cent Accuses "Empire" Of "Copying" The Marketing Of "Power"

50 Cent suggests that the Fox show "Empire" ripped off the ads for his own show, "Power".


50 Cent has never been one to hold his tongue, but in the past, his criticisms have generally been aimed at figures in the world of hip hop. As he expands his focus, Fif has now opened himself up to beef if all different markets, and his most recent target is FOX Television series, Empire.

Taking to Instagram, 50 criticized Empire's advertising campaign, suggesting that it was a rip off of Power, the show he happens to executive produce. He also posted a photo of a character from his show, contrasted with Terrence Howard, and asked his female followers to choose who they thought was better looking. Of course, he kept it all pretty light-hearted, but definitely put it out there that 

View 50's posts below.

 

Empire VS. Power LADIES what's up you be the judge. LMAO #SMSAUDIO #FRIGO #POWERTV

A photo posted by 50 Cent (@50cent) on

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