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50 Cent suggests that he’s working on GTA 6 with Rockstar Games
Featured Image Credit: Gonzales Photo / Alamy Stock Photo / Rockstar Games

50 Cent suggests that he’s working on GTA 6 with Rockstar Games

The rapper has teased fans on the long awaited sequel

Fans of 50 Cent are getting 'Just A Lil Bit' excited as the rapper has teased that he is working with Rockstar Games on Grand Theft Auto VI.

The next instalment of the best-selling driving game has got an official release date yet, but the game is already in development with several clips being leaked last year.

While unconfirmed by Rockstar Games, it might be the first official news we've had about the next chapter in Grand Theft Auto (GTA) franchise.

50 Cent at the season two premiere of BMF.
MediaPunch Inc / Alamy Stock Photo

50 Cent, whose real name is Curtis Jackson III, shared the teaser yesterday on his official Instagram, with a pastel pink logo of a palm tree and the words ‘Vice City’.

He tantalised fans in the caption, which had multiple car-themed emojis and read: “I will explain this later, GLG GreenLightGang this s**t bigger than POWER trust me. BOOM #bransoncognac #lecheminduroi.”

With its resemblance to the GTA logo and reference to original setting of the game, his followers immediately began to get excited about Jackson joining the franchise.

In less than 24 hours, the post has received over 140,000 likes with many awaiting news from Rockstar Games as to whether the rapper will appear.

It’s not the first time the rapper has appeared in a video game.

50 Cent teased fans with a Vice City logo.
Instagram/50 Cent

The rapper released his own video games, 50 Cent: Bulletproof (2006) and 50 Cent: Blood in the Sands (2009), with Jackson saying he was keen to appear in more.

During a press interview for his dramatic thriller Den of Thieves, he said: "I just have to find the right concept.

"Everything I touch, I want to be unique. I want it to be special. And I put thought into it, because those things will be here longer than I would... when I come up with [another game], I want to make sure it's something we enjoy for a long time."

He was also reportedly offered the role of CJ in the GTA franchise but declined as he wanted to appear as himself in the driving game.

However, this latest post seems to confirm his involvement in the project, whether that be his music or an appearance similar to Keanu Reeves’ in Cyberpunk 2077 and Henry Cavill’s in Squadron 42.

UNILAD has contacted Rockstar for a comment.

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For now, the game remains under wraps and fans of the franchise are still waiting for Rockstar Games to tell them more about the highly anticipated sixth instalment of GTA.

Last year, there was a massive leak about the upcoming game with over 20 videos of gameplay uploaded to YouTube.

Since then, Rockstar Games has remained quiet about the project.

Topics: 50 Cent, Gaming, Celebrity, Grand Theft Auto