50 Cent Says Power Won’t End After Season 6: ‘I Changed My Mind.’
Good news for Power fans. 50 Cent recently hopped on Instagram to share that the hit show won’t be ending after season 6 after all.
“I Changed my mind POWER is not going to be over after season 6,” he said in the caption of the post. “This shit is to good.”
ICYMI, Starz’s president of programming Carmi Zlotnik stated back in May that the show was calling it quits after the 6th season.
“Season 6 brings us to the end of what we know is just the first chapter of the ‘Power’ story. However, as one chapter comes to an end, another will begin,” Zlotnik said in a statement. “Courtney Kemp and 50 Cent have created a world rich with complex and dynamic characters and there are a number of stories we plan to tell as we continue to explore and expand the ‘Power’ universe.”
Tupac’s First Prison I.D. Card from 1995 Is up for Auction.
Ever thought to yourself, “Man, I’d really love to have Tupac’s prison I.D. card from 1995″? Well now’s your chance to bid on it, because TMZ reports that it’s up for auction.
Memorabilia company Heritage Auctions has it at a starting bid of $2,000. TMZ details:
“Tupac served 9 months behind bars after he was convicted on sexual assault charges … and he was required to carry this laminated I.D. card at all times. Pac started his sentence on Valentine’s Day, and 2 weeks later he was issued this prison I.D. — which includes his signature.”
Bidding starts July 1, “and Heritage Auctions is expecting this piece of Pac history to fetch between $4,000 and $6,000,” TMZ adds.
Cosby Has Filed an Appeal over Testimonies from Other Women Accusers.
CNN reports that Bill Cosby has filed an “extensive” appeal of his sexual assault conviction, “arguing that it was flawed because the testimony of five accusers was ‘strikingly dissimilar’ to that of Andrea Constand, the victim in the case.”
Cosby’s attorneys did say they planned to appeal ever since he was convicted.
“This filing is an important step in ensuring that Mr. Cosby receives a hearing from a fair and impartial court,” Cosby spokesman Andrew Wyatt stated. “The Constitution guarantees that right to Mr. Cosby — and to all Americans — and he looks forward to securing justice in the court of appeal.”
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