Thousands Of Actors Turn Up to 50 Cent’s BMF Casting in Atlanta

50 Cent
CANNES, FRANCE. May 15, 2018: Curtis Jackson, aka 50 Cent at the gala screening for "Solo: A Star Wars Story" at the 71st Festival de Cannes (Denis Makarenko /

Thousands of aspiring actors turn up to audition for 50 Cent’s BMF open casting call in Atlanta, Georgia.

As we reported over the past few months, 50 Cent is holding auditions across the country for his new TV series “BMF”. Over Super Bowl weekend, 50 Cent held an open casting call for aspiring actors to audition for a role in the series.

According to reports, thousands of fans came out to audition for a role in 50 Cent’s new upcoming STARZ series BMF.

@50cent is shutting down #Atlanta with his #BMF casting ??? #GUnit#Power“, ThisIs50 said on Instagram along with a video showcasing the thousands of aspiring actors auditioning for a role.


View this post on Instagram


@50cent is shutting down #Atlanta with his #BMF casting ??? #GUnit #Power

A post shared by (@thisis50) on

Did you miss the audition? Don’t worry, here’s how to audition online.

How to apply?

  • To apply for a speaking role or lead role in BMF or other upcoming G-Unit Film and Television productions, click here.

What’s BMF?

Details for the series have not been officially released. However, it is rumored it will be based on the real Black Mafia Family.

The Black Mafia Family was a drug trafficking organization based in Detroit, Michigan by brothers Demetrius and Terry Flenory. By 2000, they had an established drug distribution across the United States with direct links to Mexican-based drug cartels.

BMF established two main hubs for their operations including Atlanta, Georgia and Los Angeles, California. By the early 2000s, the organization tried to legitimize themselves by entering the music business by starting BMF Entertainment. Through BMF Entertainment, they would promote artists including Fabolous and Young Jeezy and associate with high-profile artists including E40, Trina, Shawty Lo, and Jay Z.