Well, 50 Cent BLASTS Benny Boom, who just made made a very noticeable blunder in All Eyes On Me, since the movie is a period piece and iPhone didn’t exist then. Read on…
Cellphones only became a need after phone booths started to be removed from city streets. In 1973 the first cell phone was created, but it was only found in high end cars with the rich. They were huge and bulky. NOT sleek, small and could fit in your pocket like an iPhone.
50 Cent who bought the rights to the B.M.F. movie, and has planed to start another series like Power about The Black Mafia Family. Back in 2016, 50 Cent just went off on producer L.T. Hutton over allegedly running his mouth about the fact that 50 Cent is doing a B.M.F. series.
Fiddy weighed in on LT Hutton:
“This MC Hammer looking ass ni–a EF Dutton running around talking crazy, Because I’m doing the BMF series. Now you know you gotta say all that when you see me. I don’t want to hear nothing, I’ll run into you. THAT WAS NOT A GOOD IDEA!”
Well, 50 Cent is now pointing out that Benny Boom and LT Hutton just made one of the biggest mistakes as a producer and director. You don’t put a cell phone in a movie before people were using cell phones. That RUINS the movie.
Curtis Jackson, who pays attention to detail reveals the scene in the movie where Boom and Hutton screwed up. This is NOT something you over-look. You didn’t see any mistakes in Straight Outta Compton. None of NWA were carrying around cell phones because they weren’t out yet. What is this, Rob Zombie‘s terrible Halloween remake? Yes, Zombie put a cell phone in a 1977 period piece horror film. It was Stupid, and made us stop watching.
That’s as bad as calling an operator and asking for someone’s cell phone number. You can’t do that!
“When you look at this 2 PAC movie, and I know you want to say I’m hating. But there’s a scene in it where faith and PAC are taking a picture and THEY HAVE A FUCKING IPHONE IN IT. ???what the fuck is this man ?”
Come on Benny Boom, you NEED to do better that that. We know you confirmed the Death Row Records movie, but PLEASE NO CELL PHONES or anything from today. It’s a period piece NOT modern day!
The only thing close to a cell phone was Tupac holding a walkie on the set of the 1993 film Above The Rim. Tupa was captured in this behind-the-scenes moment of the rapper-turned-actor early in his all-too-short career.
Do you think 50 Cent BLASTS Benny Boom is hating?