50 Cent recently announced plans to star in an upcoming film titled "Love Me, Love Me Not," which recently started shooting in Michigan. According to multiple reports, the new movie actually got into production last week. The rapper slash actor, backed by his production company Cheetah Vision Films, started shooting at the Grand Valled State University's football stadium in Allendale, Michigan. "I think the students really enjoyed it," senior associate athletic director Lisa Sweany said. "We had a lot of kids standing around watching the (filming). I think it's pretty exciting for us. If they shoot the trailer and they get the financial backing they need (for a feature-length film), it's possible they could come back here in the future. It's a good opportunity for GVSU."
In related news, 50 Cent's new "Before I Self Destruct" album was recently certified gold. The RIAA certified the album of 500,000+ album sales after it was led by the hit single "Baby By Me."
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