A post shared by 50 Cent (@50cent) on Sep 3, 2017 at 2:09pm PDT
I don't get paid for rating, I'm already the biggest thing that ever happen to STARZ. Catch my New show 50Central 9/27 10:30 pm #50centralbet
A post shared by 50 Cent (@50cent) on Sep 4, 2017 at 5:13am PDT At this point, it seems like he is awfully angry with the network and isn’t holding anything back. I haven't seen one thing that says for your consideration. Everybody on the show is bringing their A game. It's a damn shame I have to prove I can move the audience. “POWER is the biggest invisible show ever,” he added. If I don’t shake things up nothing’s gonna change. POWER is the biggest invisible show ever. So take STARZ out of your cable package after you see POWER tonight. I don't think the STARZ network realize your watching POWER because it's my show. 50 Cent said in another post on his Instagram account that Power is the biggest invisible show on TV and that’s all because of Starz. Then they will understand I bet.” The rap mogul is also planning to launch a new show on BET later this month and is even predicting already that he will be the biggest thing on the network. “Everybody on the show is bringing their A game. Then they will understand I bet. “So take STARZ out of your cable package after you see POWER tonight. The fourth season of the hit show Power has just been wrapped and though this season was perhaps the most successful, 50 Cent has been uneasy about working with Starz. Perhaps he should consider moving Power to a new network, maybe HBO. If I don't shake things up nothing's gonna change. Throughout the season, he regularly takes jabs at the premium network via his social media page and on Sunday night’s finale, he pretty much told Power fans to cancel their Starz subscription. 50 Cent has never been shy about his issues with Starz and on Sunday night he took another shot at the network following the Power season four finale. 50 Cent just recently recovered from a mountain of lawsuits and even bankruptcy so the next question is, is he risking a lawsuit from Starz for going after them like this. “I don’t think the STARZ network realize your watching POWER because it’s my show,” he said. It’s a damn shame I have to prove I can move the audience.”
It will be interesting to see if any of Starz 25 million subscribers will ditch the network after this season of Power stops airing.