News50 Cent Is Raising Hell About NAACP Image Awards Snub

50 Cent Is Raising Hell About NAACP Image Awards Snub

Nominees for the 55th NAACP Image Awards were announced on Thursday, January 25, with Colman Domingo, Ayo Edebiri, Victoria Monét and Usher taking the lead, Variety reports. Domingo scored three nods for his performances in “Rustin” and “The Color Purple,” while Edebiri was nominated twice for supporting and guest roles in “The Bear” and “Abbott Elementary.”

On the television side, Quinta Brunson’s “Abbott Elementary” takes the lead with nine nominations while “Survival of the Thickest” received seven nominations,

“Unprisoned” earned five,   “Harlem” received four, and “The Neighborhood” received three.

“’Cause I think that they—I don’t know what the fu*k is wrong with them. Like, at this point, you should know that this is the place that you would have to have—how long has Power been the No. 1 show in African American and Latino homes?”

The G-Unit founder followed up his rant on Instagram with a screenshot showing “Raising Kanan” in the 98.1 percentile rank among drama series.

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Source: Black Enterprise

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