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Exclusive Interview with Mrs. 50 Cent: Her Thoughts on BMF and Her New Music Release

Mrs. 50 Cent is a former MTV journalist and licensed psychotherapist who has worked with clients in the Department of Defense, celebrities, and civilians. She is also known for her dedication to her spiritual husband, 50 Cent. In this exclusive interview, we dive into her thoughts about a BFM First Lady version, the disrespect of releasing a BMF movie without 50 Cent’s involvement, and her music releases.

BFM First Lady Version on BET+

Vivica A. Fox is set to direct a BFM First Lady version on BET+ with Judge Joe Brown as an executive producer. When asked about her thoughts on this project, Mrs. 50 Cent believes that having a female worldview to the story is great. However, she does not agree with putting a negative view of the situation or not approaching her spiritual husband, 50 Cent, with an opportunity to participate. Mrs. 50 Cent believes that it is disrespectful to challenge him without notifying him ahead of time, as he was the first person to bring the story of BMF to the commercial public.

Disrespectful to Release a BMF Movie Without Speaking to 50 Cent

When asked why someone would need 50 Cent’s permission to release a BMF movie or documentary, Mrs. 50 Cent explained that he has created an audience for the story, and to piggyback off his success without including him is disrespectful. As a former MTV journalist and freelance journalist since 1999, Mrs. 50 Cent had never heard about BMF until 50 Cent released their story. She believes that as black people, we should be united instead of going against each other. The culture of using black women to bash and exploit black men is annoying to her, and it’s self-hatred and degradation. Mrs. 50 Cent has released music expressing her love for her husband, but media outlets have told her that if she had a negative slant on the story, they would release it and make it go viral.

Music Releases

Mrs. 50 Cent has two music releases, “I’m the Mrs. 50 Cent, Wife of 50 Cent” and “Always Right Here” by Jess Fox. The former track was produced by DJ Imarkkeyz, who also had a hit remix of “Corona Virus” with Cardi B. Mrs. 50 Cent dedicates both of these tracks to her spiritual husband, 50 Cent, whom she has been spiritually married to for three years. Her music releases are her public display of love for him.

Connect with Mrs. 50 Cent

To learn more about Mrs. 50 Cent and her music releases, visit her website, Linktree, Instagram, and Twitter.

In conclusion, Mrs. 50 Cent believes in unity among black people and that using black women to bash and exploit black men is self-hatred and degradation. She believes that it is disrespectful to release a BMF movie without 50 Cent’s involvement, as he was the first person to bring the story to the commercial public. Mrs. 50 Cent’s music releases express her love for her spiritual husband, and she hopes to inspire others to share their love as well.

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