50 Cent is making the move to late night television. The rap mogul recently announced that he is hosting his own variety show on BET. The network ordered up 24 episodes of his late night program called 50 Central. Each show will run 30 minutes long.

According to Rap-Up, the show will feature celebrity guests, musical performances, hidden camera pranks and comedy sketches. Fif will executive produced the show under his G-Unit Film and Television banner in conjunction with Back Roads Entertainment.

The G-Unit leader posted a photo of himself on his Instagram page and told his fans to get ready. “You are gonna love this,” he wrote. “You know I get the green light. #IGETTHEBAG.”

This exciting news follows BET's recent announcement that they will air a minseries dedicated to founding N.E. member Bobby Brown. The biopic, titled The Bobby Brown Story, will be a two-part miniseries chronicling the singer's rise in the R&B game, from his days with New Edition to his solo career.

In addition to the biopic, BET will also bring a six-part documentary series on the history of Death Row Records.

Congrats to 50 Cent on his new television project.

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