50 Cent revealed his plans to make a TV series with the convicted Nigerian socialite Hushpuppi

American rapper and producer Curtis Jackson, better known as 50 Cent, has hinted at making a TV series about convicted fraudster Hushpuppi. Remember, Hushpuppi was convicted of money laundering and sentenced to 11 years in prison. On his Instagram page, 50cent revealed his plans to make a TV series with convicted Nigerian socialite, Hushpuppi. “For my hustlers, I have to do this Hushpuppy series soon! GLG! GreenLightGang I am not missing out.”

Mo Abudu turns the story of Hushpuppi into a thriller

Nigerian media personality Mo Abudu has explained why she is partnering with Will Packer Production to turn the Hushpuppi scam case into a movie called ‘The Fall of the Billionaire Gucci Master’. In a lengthy post on her Instagram page, Mo Abudu said when the Hushpuppi story made headlines in 2020, she pitched the story idea to Will Power-Packer and James Lopez, and they bought the idea. The media mogul saw that they had won the right to produce the film after Derby was disputed by several producers.

For her, the project was a dream come true as she was looking forward to working with Will Packer Productions and Universal Pictures. about the project. According to Mo Abudu, there are many lessons to be learned from good or bad stories, and if they don’t tell the story, someone else will make sure the story is told authentically. She added that Hushpuppi’s story is based on a real person whose story is already partially known to the world, but the film gives them a real opportunity to tell a cautionary tale about a character shaped by his environment and life choices.

Hoshpuppi was sentenced to 11 years in prison

Ramon Abbas better known as Hushpuppi has been sentenced to 11 years in prison by the US Central District Court in California. However, Hushpuppi will only spend 9 years in the US prison because he has already served two years. Kimmy Filani recalls that Hushpupi was arrested in Dubai on charges of defrauding victims of millions of dollars in several countries.

He pleaded guilty to conspiring to engage in money laundering with several persons inside and outside the United States to settle proceedings. He was sentenced after appealing to US judge, Otis Wright, as he scored high on cleaning activities while in prison. Meanwhile, Hushpuppi’s Instagram page, which has 2.8 million followers, has disappeared from the photo sharing platform. However, it is unclear if it has been officially removed from Instagram or if the page has been temporarily disabled by someone with access to it.

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