50 Cent challenges Kai Cenat following 'Power' role request

Kai Cenat's bold bid for power: streamer pleads for role in 50 Cent's iconic series

50 Cent: The Final Lap Tour - Atlanta, GA
50 Cent: The Final Lap Tour - Atlanta, GA / Prince Williams/GettyImages
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In a recent livestream with A Boogie wit da Hoodie, Kai Cenat expressed his desire to join the ranks of celebrities featured in 50 Cent's "Power," like Kendrick Lamar and Method Man. During the broadcast, 50 Cent unexpectedly called, and Cenat took the opportunity to request a role in "Power." 50 Cent set the bar high, emphasizing the need for Cenat to convincingly play the part.

Undeterred, Cenat assured he could tackle any challenge, even expressing readiness to portray a gangster and engage in intense scenes.

"“Yes, I could, bro. Whatever, g*ngsta part, whatever you need me to do. If I gotta knock a n**ga off. N**ga, I swear, I could do whatever you need me to do, bro.”"

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This encounter isn't the first between Cenat and 50 Cent, as they previously met at a New York Knicks game. The rapper's reputation for integrating industry friends into his shows is evident, having featured various artists in "Power" and "BMF." Notable stars like Eminem, Snoop Dogg, Kendrick Lamar, Saweetie, Mary J. Blige, Joey Badass, Lil Meech, 2 Chainz, and Lil Baby have graced these series.

Cenat had a remarkable run last year, hosting celebrities such as Offset, Nicki Minaj, Ski Mask the Slump God, NLE Choppa, and more on his platform. The inclusivity of stars like Druski and Chrisean Rock in his "7 DAYS IN" special event further solidifies his standing as a prominent host.

This collaboration between Kai Cenat and 50 Cent adds another exciting chapter to the rapper's legacy of incorporating influential figures into his television ventures. As fans eagerly await potential developments, Cenat's enthusiasm and versatility could potentially land him a memorable role in the acclaimed "Power" series.