50 Cent To Executive Produce New Film About B.M.F.

'B.M.F.: Welcome To The South' will follow one of the most famous drug cartels.

By Maurice Bobb

50 Cent doesn’t just have Animal Ambition; he has Hollywood ambition, too.

That's why the G-Unit frontman just announced that he will be executive producing an upcoming Black Mafia Family (B.M.F.) feature film.

“I'm out of control now, watch my next move. STRATEGY #smsaudio #animalambition #power,” he wrote on Instagram as a caption under a picture with lean details about the movie, which will apparently be titled, “B.M.F.: Welcome To The South.”

Fif’s holding the movie’s plot close to the bulletproof vest, but the story will likely follow B.M.F.’s run from the late 1980s to the mid 2000s as one of the most infamous drug trafficking cartels.

B.M.F., which has been mentioned by name in songs by Young Jeezy and Rick Ross, was founded by Detroit native Demetrius “Big Meech” Flenory and his brother Terry “Southwest T” Flenory. Both brothers were sentenced to 30 years in prison in 2008 for masterminding the nationwide cocaine-trafficking ring.

In addition to his big screen project, his small screen endeavor, “Power,” which runs on the STARZ cable channel, was recently renewed for a second season after just one episode aired this past weekend.