50 Cent Says He’s Working on ‘8 Mile’ TV Show with Eminem: It’s ‘in Motion’

50 Penny says he is transforming the 2002 film 8 Mile into a Program.

The rapper declared during his Friday appearance on the BigBoyTV YouTube station that the film, a semi-autographical take on Eminem’s life, has a TV program that is “moving.”


“I will carry his 8 Mile to TV,” he uncovered, adding that Eminem, 50, is ready to help with the show’s creation. “It will be big. I’m working. I ain’t got no duds.

I’m batting 100,” the 47-year-old rapper said in the wake of being gotten some information about the show. “I figure it ought to show up for his heritage since it’s critical to me that they grasp it.”

As indicated by the rapper, the venture will give a “history” to the film and show Eminem’s more youthful years. He likewise communicated a craving for the show to impart Eminem’s story to another audience. The film’s story was last returned to in 2020 when Eminem, who won Best Unique Melody at the 2003 Foundation Grants for “Lose Yourself” from the film’s soundtrack, showed up at the 2020 Institute Grants to play out the hymn. The appearance came after Eminem missed the honor function where he brought back home the success.

Most candidates will generally play out their melodies on the stage, yet Eminem skirted the 2003 function out and out.

All things considered, the Detroit rapper was napping at his home in Michigan with the television tuned to kid’s shows for his girl, Hailie, the Detroit Free Press revealed at that point.

The rapper had before chosen to pass on the stylish service, choosing it “wasn’t his kind of gig,” the paper noted.

Subsequently, Barbra Streisand ended up introducing the brilliant statuette for “Lose Yourself” to co-essayist Luis Resto. “See, assuming that you had one more shot, another open door…

Gratitude for having me @theacademy. Sorry it took me 18 years to arrive,” Eminem composed on Instagram, sharing a clasp of Resto tolerating the honor without him.

Last October, he celebrated the melody and extra music from the film in a re-arrival of the film’s unique soundtrack to pay tribute to 8 Mile’s twentieth commemoration.

” ‘I’m actually remaining here shouting “f*** the Liberated World.”‘ #8Mile twentieth Commemoration Grand Version of the soundtrack drops on streaming Friday!”

he composed close by the declaration of the re-discharge with bits from the film.