50 Cent To Produce Film Featuring Black Mafia Family

 6-16-2014 1-45-20 PM

50 Cent doesn’t just have Animal Ambition, but the executive producer still has his Hollywood ambition, too!

In fact, his hit STARZ show “Power” already renewed for a second season after airing its first episode on June 7, with an upcoming crime drama on the way. However, this time around, 50 Cent has decided to produce a feature film called “B.M.F.,” which will be based on the story of the Black Mafia Family.

The movie’s plot is currently being guarded with a bulletproof vest, but it will most likely follow B.M.F.’s infamous history of drug trafficking cartels that ran from the late 1980s to the mid-2000s. It was founded by Detroit native Demetrius “Big Meech” Flenory and his brother Terry “Southwest T” Flenory. The duo masterminded the nationwide cocaine-trafficking ring until both brothers were sentenced to 30 years of prison in 2008.

The hip-hop industry is not new to the Black Family Mafia. Rappers, such as Young Jeezy and Rick Ross, have already made references through song lyrics.

(Photo Credit: 50 Cent/Instagram)