Toronto has a rich history of hip hop and also stories from the community that have not been told on a huge American platform.
BFR’s Bundog has helped to push the rap scene from his city to a worldwide level with his brother Pressa. The two have traveled across seas in the United Kingdom and crossed borders to the United States to tell their hip hop stories.
During networking in the U.S., BFR records have met with legendary hip hop figures from the New York rap scene such Dipset’s Jim Jones to G Unit’s 50 Cent and Tony Yayo.
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TONY YAYO ON VLADTV SPEAKING ON WASS GANG
Yayo spoke with Vladtv and explained how there is plenty of street politics that goes on in the country’s top cities such as Toronto. “It’s a lot of politics. You got dudes like Bundog.” The G Unit member informed Vlad that he is the brother of Pressa whom he has interviewed int he past.
Giving a shout out to Bundog for always wearing his ski mask on regardless of the weather, he also made sure to let the world know that he ran into “them crazy dudes out there” in terms of the Wass Gang.
BUNDOG REVEALS TORONTO DOCUMENTARY ON FOX?
Bundog recently took to his Twitter account to reveal a conversation Tony Yayo had about doing a Toronto documentary through 50 Cent and G Unit film division.
“Tony Yayo told 50 he need to do the Toronto documentary because it ain’t sweet out here. They asked me if i could be the one to tell the story. Catch us on FOX,” said the founder of BFR records.
Tony Yayo told 50 he need to do the Toronto documentary because it ain’t sweet out here. They asked me if i could be the one to tell the story. Catch us on FOX🤫🤫🤫 #Freegame
— Bundog (@bfrbundog) February 23, 2023
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Tony Yayo has also spoke with BFR’s Pressa about getting into acting. As we reported a few months ago, Pressa also informed his followers of Tony Yayo’s plans for him. “S/o @TonyYayo gettin me into acting classes whole new chapter,” said the “Canada Goose” rapper.
S/o @TonyYayo gettin me into acting classes whole new chapter 🐐🔥💯
— Wassa Wassa (@pressapressa) January 24, 2022
If anyone could help bring about a documentary and tv series about the Toronto life and hip hop scene, it is the founder of G Unit films. 50 Cent, whose real name is Curtis Jackson, has become an established figure in the entertainment industry as an executive producer of movies and television shows. He has produced several successful projects, including the hit Starz series “Power” and its spin-off “Power Book II: Ghost.”
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50 CENT’S TELEVISION EMPIRE
As an executive producer, 50 Cent is involved in various aspects of the production process, including selecting the cast, overseeing the script development, and providing input on the show’s direction. He also uses his business acumen to help market and promote the shows he produces, often leveraging his social media presence to engage with fans and generate buzz.
In addition to his work on “Power,” 50 Cent has produced several other television shows, including the crime drama “For Life” and the hip-hop competition series “The Rap Game.” He has also produced movies, such as the 2018 crime thriller “Den of Thieves” and the biographical drama “All Things Fall Apart.”
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Overall, 50 Cent has established himself as a successful executive producer in the entertainment industry, leveraging his talent, business acumen, and passion for storytelling to create compelling and successful projects for television and film.
However, there is already concern from people in the city that the project may turn out to be a bias take. The assumption of it being gang related and not displaying other aspects of the 6ix is a concern that has been brought up by other bloggers from the city. However, at this moment, there is no details on what the documentary will actually entail. Stay tuned as this story develops.
Ironically, Vladtv and Akademiks have also shown interest in taking over the Toronto scene for media. DJ Akademiks hopped on Clubhouse to speak about the bubbling Toronto scene and possibilities with Vladtv coming to the city.