In order to executive produce the upcoming television program Redemption Ink, 50 Cent has agreed.

The rapper In da Club, real name Curtis Jackson III, is working on the new unscripted program through his G-Unit Films & Television production firm, according to Deadline.

The program is slated to stream on Hulu and will follow former members of gangs and hate groups as they have their body art removed and replaced with fresh, unrelated designs.

According to the overview, “(participants) will share their emotional stories with the talented tattoo artists who are committed to giving them hope while sitting in the chair.”

A possible release date hasn’t been made public yet.

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Jackson previously worked as a producer for the Starz series Power, in which he also had a role. Power Book II: Ghost, Power Book III: Raising Kanan, and Power Book IV: Force are just a few of the spinoffs that the series inspired.

The 47-year-old actor inked a non-exclusive multiyear broadcast direct agreement with Fox when his Starz contract expired.


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