50 Cent is preparing to tell the story of 6ix9ine's controversial career in an upcoming docuseries.

According to a report TMZ published on Monday (Oct. 7), 50 Cent is cooking up a docuseries featuring episodes that focus on the legal crises of rappers like 6ix9ine and Snoop Dogg. Reps for 50 confirm the news of the 6ix9ine episode with XXL.

The show, which is reportedly called A Moment in Time, will feature six to eight hour-long episodes, and one will detail the rise and fall of Tekashi from the start of his music career to his downfall after he was labeled as a snitch for cooperating with federal authorities in a federal racketeering case against himself and his former associates. As for Uncle Snoop, his story will focus on his murder trial, which began to develop while his Doggystyle album was sitting at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart in 1993.

The series will also feature stories about former NBA player Rafer Alston, who ran into some legal trouble during his time playing for the Houston Rockets. Additionally, the docuseries will have an episode on producer Scott Storch, who helped create several mainstream hits for Fat Joe, Chris Brown and others. The Power creator will reportedly also have an episode about the making of his album The Massacre and his beef with Jimmy Henchman.

The update comes after the Queens native addressed one of his Instagram followers about rumors he was making a 6ix9ine movie. On Sept. 29, 50 responded to an Instagram user who brought up the rumor about the rapper buying the film rights to 6ix9ine's story.

"@therealflavorcreator I'm working boy," 50 replied.

As of this report, the upcoming docuseries has no release date.

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