50 Cent slammed AT&T in a series of tweets and Instagram posts Saturday.
The rapper accused AT&T of racism after negotiations between Starz and AT&T U-verse came to a standstill.
If a new deal falls through, Power, which boasts a predominantly black cast and is the highest performing series in Starz’s history, may be unavailable to U-Verse customers by month’s end. In other words, Power viewership could potentially plummet.
50, clearly peeved by the stalled negotiations, took to Twitter and Instagram to vent his frustrations, urging Power viewers to switch to a different cable provider in the process.
See his Instagram posts below.
If your a fan of POWER and you have AT&T as a cable carrier, you will no longer see it. Switch to Anything but AT&T #EFFENVODKA #FRIGO #SMSAUDIO A photo posted by 50 Cent (@50cent) on
AT&T & Direct TV merger is in the government regulatory’s hand. The biggest telecom tv deal in history, they can’t be trusted not to bully the networks. The deal hasn’t happened yet and they already pushing the limits! With racist in charge we are going to be set back. #EFFENVODKA #FRIGO #SMSAUDIO
A photo posted by 50 Cent (@50cent) on
We hope that Starz and AT&T U-Verse reach an agreement for the show’s sake.