On March 2nd, fans of Grand Theft Auto and rapper 50 Cent were buzzing with excitement after the artist posted a message on his Instagram account. In the post, he hinted at a potential collaboration with Rockstar Games, the developer behind the Grand Theft Auto franchise.
This led many to speculate that he may be involved in the highly anticipated Grand Theft Auto VI. However, the excitement was short-lived as the post was quickly deleted, causing even more speculation.
The message included a logo for Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, the 2002 game that took place in a fictional version of Miami. This has led many to believe that GTA VI will also be set in Vice City, as leaks and rumors have suggested.
The post was accompanied by the message “I’ll explain this later, trust me, this is bigger than POWER,” referring to the television series created and produced by 50 Cent in collaboration with Courtney A. Kemp for the STARZ television channel.
Fans have been trying to decipher what the post could mean, with some suggesting that it could be a collaboration with 50 Cent for a TV adaptation of the game, while others think that the rapper could be a playable character in the game, similar to how Dr. Dre appeared in GTA Online. The Vice City logo has also led to speculation that the collaboration could be related to the setting of the game.
While Rockstar Games confirmed that Grand Theft Auto VI was in development in February 2022, the company has remained tight-lipped about any specific details, including where the game will take place or what new features it will include.
This has led to a flurry of rumors and leaks, with many suggesting that the game will be set in Vice City and will feature multiple playable characters.
Regardless of what the collaboration between 50 Cent and Rockstar Games ends up being, it’s clear that the anticipation for Grand Theft Auto VI is at an all-time high, with fans eagerly waiting for any new information about the game.