50 Cent Ready To Collaborate With Ice Cube To Bring BIG3 Basketball League To Louisiana

Rapper, actor, and entrepreneur 50 Cent recently attended a BIG3 basketball game and was thoroughly impressed by the experience. He expressed his desire to bring Ice Cube’s BIG3 basketball league to Louisiana, his newly adopted home state. Unlike other basketball leagues, BIG3 teams are not tied to a particular city and instead schedule games at venues across the country. This unique approach to basketball has garnered much attention, and 50 Cent believes that bringing the league to Louisiana would be an excellent move for both the state and the league.

To make this happen, 50 Cent has just completed the construction of a brand new studio for his G-Unit Film & TV division in Louisiana. This studio will be the home base for the G-Unit Hollywood empire, which continues to expand into new territories. However, the BIG3’s founder, Ice Cube, has not yet responded to 50 Cent’s proposal. Ice Cube was recently inducted into the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame and had an award named after him. It remains to be seen whether he will take his colleague’s sage advice and bring the league to Louisiana.

Nonetheless, 50 Cent remains excited about having the BIG3 in Louisiana. He even took to Instagram to express his enthusiasm and tell the N.W.A. legend, Ice Cube, that he would be thrilled to bring basketball to his newly adopted home state. With a new studio in place and fans’ support, 50 Cent hopes to make his vision a reality.

“I had so much fun at the Boston/Rockets game man,”

“I told @icecube I want to bring the big 3 to Shreveport, all roads lead to Shreveport it’s a go!”

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