Mo'Nique will appear in Season 2 of 50 Cent's 'BMF.'

This week, rapper and renowned TV show producer 50 Cent announced casting news for the famous Starz series on Instagram. 

According to executive producer 50 Cent, the Starz blockbuster series BMF is returning for Season 2, and Mo'Nique will be joining the cast. 

The rapper and successful television producer announced on Instagram this week that the Academy Award winner will be joining the cast of BMF, which follows the Flenory family in 1980s Detroit and premiered last autumn on Starz. 

"Guess who I got in BMF this season GOLDIE!" 50 Cent captioned a video of Mo'Nique confirming her participation. GLGGreenLightGang THE UNDER DOG HAS RETURNED TO THE TOP." 

Goldie is the character Mo'Nique will play in the upcoming season, which she emphasizes in the clip by proclaiming, "My name is Goldie." You're well aware of who the f*ck I am." 

"A polished Atlanta strip club owner with swagger and street smarts," according to Deadline. She builds a bond with the Flenory brothers, which will aid their move from Detroit to Atlanta." "A ferocious protector of her dancers and the people in her world," the description says, "who isn't afraid to take care of business, no matter the cost." 

This casting news comes just weeks after 50 Cent turned to Instagram to call for the world to "uncancel" actress Mo'Nique. 

"I Gotta get @therealmoworldwide back in pocket, we only supposed to cancel sh*t that ain't healthy for the culture," he wrote with a clip of her famed 2009 Precious performance mashup with a scene from Power. MONIQUE, we need you to WIN AGAIN.

Days later, he wrote to Tyler Perry and Oprah Winfrey, claiming that they had blackballed Mo'Nique after Precious. "I'm sure Oprah Winfrey and Tyler Perry would not want to continue to allow their influence to damage @therealnoworldwide career and this has gone on for way too long," he wrote. So this is a good opportunity to apologize since I'm putting her back on." 

BMF was a hit for Starz last year, scoring top ratings with its launch, as theGrio previously reported. "One of the most highly engaged series premieres ever," according to Shadow and Act, with "a great completion rate across OTT platforms based on preliminary reporting." 

In October, the drama was renewed for a second season.


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