It’s been a long time coming, but 50 Cent and Snoop Dogg are back together again. The pair collaborated on the remix of 50’s 2003 hit, “P.I.M.P.”, and this time are collaborating on a different type of effort. But 50 might’ve tried to boss up on Snoop, making the legendary rapper having to remind him about a few things!
Recently, 50 Cent shared that Uncle Snoop would be joining the cast of his latest television show in production, BMF. According to Deadline, Snoop is cast in the role of Pastor Swift, a spiritual advisor to Demetrius “Big Meech” Flenory and Terry “Southwest T” Flenory, who were the kingpin brothers of the 2000s BMF drug empire.
50 shared the exciting news to his fans via social media that “Your boy’s are back working together again, nothing but success BMF,” captioning a photo of the two together.
As the show has begun to film, 50 is opening the door to allow fans to see behind-the-scenes footage of the cast, which also includes Serayah of Empire and LaLa Anthony, who was also on Power. With Snoop being a part of the cast, obviously, you are going to have to acquiesce. Take all that comes along with Snoop Dogg, including the fact that the cannabis connoisseur himself will (more likely than not) be smoking weed.
In an Instagram post, 50 told his followers that he tried to get Snoop not to get high while on set. However, the Doggfather had to remind 50 exactly who he was. The picture showed Snoop in character as he donned man afro, looking very vintage. “This is how [Snoop Dogg] looked at me when i told him he can’t smoke weed on set,” Fif captioned the video. “He said the f**k you talking about 50 it’s legal.”
Fifty could very well be joking, as he is known to be one of the Internet’s biggest trolls, and just as well, the two share a great relationship and Fif is well aware of who is dealing with. During an appearance on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, the Queens rapper told a tale of when Snoop surprised him during one of his performances and then proceeded to steal his Lamborghini while 50 wrapped his set.
“I was like, ‘Where did the car go?’,” 50 said to Colbert speaking of the valet that gave Snoop his car keys. “And he was like, ‘Snoop took the car.’ I said, ‘What? I’m like how you just let him take my car. Later I made a tape saying that I owed him for the performance because he feel like you got me performing for free and you got cars like this out here. He thought I tricked him into a performance, but he offered to perform.”