In the rare event that you were sitting at home wondering why the cast of “Power” was not present at the Golden Globes last night, here’s your answer: they weren’t invited.
At least, that’s what the series’ executive producer Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson says. The rapper-turned-actor took to Instagram Monday to express his disappointment over the snub.
“This is how Omari looked at me, When STARZ said they don’t have tickets to the Golden Globes,” he captioned a photo of “Power” star Omari Hardwick. “I said ‘I know, I’ll fix it.’ Sometimes you don’t have to say a word to express how you feel.”
Everyone knows that I love “Power”. I faithfully tune in each week; I even write weekly recaps for the series. But I really don’t think that it was a good idea for 50 to address not being invited to the Golden Globes on social media.
It’s unprofessional and serves as a poor reflection of the cast and crew who work so hard to make this series great. Of course, it’s obvious that 50 gives no damns about protocol, but dang, he has to have people on staff who can take care of this kind of stuff behind the scenes. Do you think 50 and the gang should have been invited to the Golden Globes? Is he justified in calling folks out?