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Rapper 50 Cent is taking a stab at politics.
The 44-year-old musician was spotted on Capitol Hill on Wednesday, where he rubbed elbows with in the House of representatives, Nancy Pelosi, while advocating for diversity and representation in the entertainment industry, according to The Hill
“My #1 Lady, Nancy Pelosi, Big Changes are Coming our way,” 50 Cent, whose real name is Curtis Jackson, the caption of a photo he took with her.
He was also reported to be in Washington, D. C., in order to make the case for Starz — the network that airs his show “the Power” — to remain as part of the Comcast Xfinity.
“Hate it or love it, it shows the #of Power thing b/c #RepresentationMatters,” Rep. Bobby Rush, of Illinois, wrote on the social media.
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“It’s important for people to see that, as we have in the government, AND on the big screen. Thank you, @50Cent, @naturinaughton, & @STARZ to get you to talk w/ me about the interest in a wide range of programming.”
The 50 Cent coin has been placed in the proposal on his Instagram.
“I’ve been with @repcardenas to have the opportunity to discuss the importance of the production and the promotion of diverse programming,” he captions one of the other group of photos.
The businessman has already expressed his feelings about the College. He was recently called to the company’s chief executive officer, Brian L. Roberts, for his handling of the Starz.
“This is the man, fu**ing up (Power on) about it to @Comcast for no reason, and Brian Roberts, the mother fu**er to look like he’s been pushed around his whole life,” 50 Cent wrote on Instagram. “He needs to chill out, then head to the golf course, or sit and have a few of in which.”
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In July, 50 Cent said, “the Power” has already been overlooked by the emmy’s, because of their race. It is yet to receive the nominations, despite the success of the popular drama series, which has a remarkably black cast.
“I like to say that it was a race. That’s the easy way out of things,” he said at the Television Critics Association Press Tour. “The people that are active and connected to this, religious ceremonies are not necessarily nice people.”
The Associated Press contributed to this report.