50 Cent previously expressed interest in obtaining the rights to a 6ix9ine biopic, but now he's reportedly working on a docuseries that will focus on the rapper. Sources close to Fif told TMZ that he's producing a series that will cover specific moments in history of numerous celebrities. 6ix9ine is the first among them.

Titled A Moment in Time, the 50-produced series will reportedly be scripted and also follow Snoop Dogg, Scott Storch, Rafer Alston, and 50 Cent himself. While there's no hosting network announced, it is expected to have six to eight hour-long episodes per subject. The string of episodes dedicated to 6ix9ine will tell the rise and fall of his music career, while the Snoop Dogg episodes will focus on his murder trial that took place around the release of his 1993 debut album, Doggystyle.

The Rafer episodes will follow his journey from his early days to the 2009 NBA Finals, and Fif's own story will center around the production of his album The Massacre. It is unclear if 50 Cent's involvement in the docuseries means he's no longer going to pursue a 6ix9ine movie project.

50 Cent isn't the only one working on a docuseries about the controversial rapper; Tekashi 6ix9ine Vs. The World, produced by Complex, will stream on Snap Inc. this fall.