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50 Cent Gets Request From Yungeen Ace Following Weapons Arrest

50 Cent has received an interesting request from Yungeen Ace after the Florida native was arrested on weapons charges.

The “Opps” rapper took to Instagram on Monday (April 22) to ask the G-Unit legend if he would make a movie based on his life.

He wrote: “@50cent I’m trying to get in contact with you about a movie about my life.”

50 Cent has yet to publicly respond.

Yungeen Ace (real name Keyanta Bullard) was arrested for possession of a gun in Jacksonville Beach, Florida last week.

According to arrest records obtained by HipHopDX, the 26-year-old was pulled over by police on April 15 after failing to stop at a four-way intersection.

He was initially arrested for failing to produce a valid driver’s license, but a subsequent search of the car revealed the rapper had seven guns, which he was not allowed to carry in the state of Florida as a convicted felon.

Yungeen Ace was arraigned in a Duval County courtroom the following day and subsequently released on bail.

His arrest isn’t the only fodder for a potential movie. Back in September 2023, Ace made headlines when his social security number leaked and his fans attempted to sign him up for the armed forces.

The drama began when the rapper’s rival Julio Foolio shared a video of Ace on social media, claiming that it showcased him “snitching.”

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Ace refuted the claims and later took to Instagram Live to show off the paperwork to prove he wasn’t a snitch — but accidentally exposed his SSN in the process, which fans took note of.

In a follow-up post, Ace pleaded for fans to stop using the digits to sign him up for the army: “Aye on some real shit bruh, I’ma tell you this right now: stop signing me up for the fucking army, bruh! Real shit. Stop doing that shit!”

Another foe of Yungeen Ace’s was the late JayDaYoungan, though the pair had been friends for years prior to his passing. The two rappers appeared to have not been on speaking terms when Jay was shot and killed in 2022, according to Ace.

“Damn I wasn’t even gone come post Brudda cause this shit been eating me in the inside cause we wasn’t seeing eye to eye bout some shit we could of rekindled,” he wrote online. “I wanted to Kall you so bad Brudda it was just our pride in the way dawg we was better den that shit we was going thru shit was so little damn la Brudda.”

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