Queens, New York’s legendary emcee and former G-Unit boss man 50 Cent has hinted at potential involvement in the upcoming video game by Rockstar Games. Earlier today, 50 Cent – real name Curtis James Jackson III – took to Instagram to share an encrypted message directly related to ‘Vice City’ – Rockstar Noth’s flagship video game from the ‘Grand Theft Auto’ series.
While 50 fell short of providing any compelling details about the possible collaboration, he did say that he will “explain” in due course.
Last year, at least 90 clips, photographs and codes of GTA’s forthcoming sixth instalment were leaked online. The material suggested that the long-awaited video game might be a modern-day rendition of Grand Theft Auto Vice City released over two decades ago. 50’s minimalist tease has set the long-running anticipation for ‘Grand Theft Auto 6’ at an all-time high.
Notably, this isn’t the first time that an emcee and business mogul of 50 Cent’s stature is involved with the ‘Grand Theft Auto’ franchise. In fact, in 2021, the legendary In Da Club record producer Dr Dre was featured in Grand Theft Auto Online as well. Hence, 50 Cent’s appearance in the forthcoming video game can not be ruled out.
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Be sure to check out ‘Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Official Soundtrack’ here if you haven’t yet.