50 Cent has given fans an inside look at his impressive new G-Unit Film and TV Studios in Shreveport, Louisiana.

The Power mogul took to Instagram to share artist’s impression photos of his new production hub, touting it as the next industry powerhouse. The state-of-the-art studio features a sophisticated black-and-white marble theme, with G-Unit branding throughout. It includes boardrooms, offices, editing suites, and a comprehensive hair and makeup room with around a dozen chairs, each with its own illuminated mirror.

“Sneak peek at the insides of G-Unit Studios, shh I’m working,” 50 captioned his post. He also teased an upcoming event: “All roads lead to Shreveport August 8th till the 11th hold the date TYCOON X 10 BOOM.” The new workspace even caught Hollywood veteran Ludacris’s attention, who responded with fire and smoke emojis. Fellow G-Unit member and actor Larenz Tate also reacted with enthusiasm, writing: “Get em!!!! [face with steam emoji, four fire emojis].”

Last year, Shreveport city council members introduced legislation allowing 50 Cent to lease Millennium Movie Studio as a base for his film and television company. Mayor Tom Arceneaux commented, “For a period after 2005, we enjoyed a very robust television and film industry in the Shreveport area. This will bring back, I think, a lot of those people and will rejuvenate that industry in our area. So, I think the film industry is about to blossom again in Shreveport.

50 Cent’s commitment includes managing maintenance and repairs, estimated at around $160,000 to $170,000 annually. The studio is also expected to see several million dollars in improvements. “This is a very serious proposal, a very serious undertaking by him,” Mayor Arceneaux added. In recognition of his efforts, 50 Cent was honored with his own day in Shreveport and received a ceremonial key to the city from the mayor.

At the studio’s opening event, 50 Cent addressed the crowd, saying, “Ladies, gentlemen, Mayor Tom Arceneaux and the wonderful people of Shreveport, it is an honor for me to stand before you here today. As someone who’s always believed in the transformative power of music, film, and television, I’m really excited to show you the expansion of film and television through G-Unit Studios right here in Shreveport.” He later praised the mayor on Instagram, expressing his admiration for Arceneaux’s dedication to the community.

50 Cent’s new G-Unit Film and TV Studios in Shreveport, Louisiana is set to become a significant player in the entertainment industry. With state-of-the-art facilities and major investments, the studio is poised to rejuvenate the local film industry and bring new opportunities to the area.

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