Saweetie, Lil Baby & 2 Chainz To Star In Season 3 Of ‘BMF’

Saweetie, Lil Baby, and 2 Chainz are slated to take over fans’ TV screens in 2024. The rappers will appear in the upcoming season 3 of 50 Cent’s BMF on Starz

‘BMF’ Welcomes 3 New Faces 

On Thursday, Dec. 14,  it was announced on Instagram that Saweetie, Lil Baby, and 2 Chainz will be making their acting debut on the highly acclaimed show BMF, created by none other than 50 Cent. 

This news has ignited fan anticipation and sparked mixed reactions on social media. As the newest season of BMF gears up for its premiere on March 1, 2024, viewers are eager to see how the three star rappers will impact the show’s credibility and ratings.

Fans on Twitter(X) have seemingly stated mixed reviews on the new additions to the show. One user (@aishofspades) commented: “ I can’t explain it, but putting more celebs is actually making it seem more low budget.” While another user (@20Kylies) commented, “They aint even try to change Lil Baby’s appearance.”

 Don’t Count Her Out!

In addition to this, rap artist Saweetie broke into the TV screens. In 2021, trailers revealed she was making her acting debut on the popular network show Grown-ish.

The Icy girl, known for her chart-topping hits and fierce fashion sense, is expanding her career portfolio with this foray into acting. In an interview with Flaunt Magazine, she expressed her excitement about her upcoming projects and album, emphasizing her passion for music and her hunger to succeed. 

This new venture into acting is sure to showcase Saweetie’s versatility as an artist and further solidify her presence in the entertainment industry.

2 Chainz’s Previous Announcement

In February 2023, it was announced that 2 Chainz and R&B star Ne-Yo would be joining the cast for the third season of BMF, further expanding the star-studded lineup of the show. 

Kodak Black To Explore New Open Doors 

In other news related to artists making their acting debuts, rapper Kodak Black recently entered the world of acting with his debut in the short film The Don. As part of his recently released album Pistolz & Pearlz, Kodak Black directed and filmed the film himself.