50 Cent is well into the production of his horror film, “Skill House”. The Grammy award-winning rapper, actor, and business mogul took to Twitter to share an interesting gory night shoot that resulted in one of his cameramen passing out onset.
The film is described by IMDB as “a dark satire of social media and influencer culture.”
Starring alongside 50 are Neal Mcdonough, Caitlin Carmichael, mixed martial artist Paige VanZant, and social media sensations Bryce Hall and Hannah Stocking.
The G-Unit frontman reposted a tweet from the film’s writer and director, Josh Stolberg, showcasing a bloody sight.
The re-tweet was captioned:
“Crazy night one of our camera men passed out cold for 30min from the scene. Couldn’t take how real it was. We’re elevating horror to the next level.”
Perhaps this film could feature rapper Coi Leray.
Recently, 50 Cent announced he’ll be giving her a role on one of his television shows. The move is seen as a direct hit against her father Benzino, with whom he has been in a weeks-long social media war.
50 took to Instagram to post what seemed to be a supportive message of Coi Leray.
Taking on his typical role as a defender of celebrities under attack, 50 posted an image with an encouraging message about the “Trendsetter” rapper, who became a victim of internet trolling when fans learned that she allegedly only sold 11k album copies in her first week.
The “Power” executive producer stepped in, letting social media know to stop hating on Coi.