The third season of Empire has been amazing. This season the show is about bouncing back from your hardships. Jamal Lyon was shot by Freda Gatz in the show’s second season and he hasn’t been the same since. Jamal is unable to perform because he’s experiencing PTSD as a result of the horrific incident.
For those of you who have not seen Fox hip-hop drama series you may be asking, What is Empire About? You have come to the right place.
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Empire is the name of Fox’s new hip-hop drama
series about a music empire. The show stars Terrance Howard and Taraji P.
Henson. Empire is Fox’s highest-rated show in years.
Howard plays Lucious Lyon, a former drug dealer turned hip-hop mogul and the
CEO of Empire Entertainment. Taraji P. Henson plays Cookie Lyon, Lucious’
ex-wife and mother of his 3 sons. Cookie served a 17 year bid in prison
for drug dealing. Empire For Real Art imitates life and there are some
former/current hip-hop stars that may have been the inspiration for a few of
Diddy When you think hip-hop mogul it is difficult to
ignore Diddy. In the first scene of the series, Lucious is in the music
studio with an aspiring female artist. To motivate her, he states,
“I need you to sing like you are going to die tomorrow.” A
scene that was definitely reminiscent of Diddy coaching Keyshia Cole in the
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Diddy also has 3 sons. His oldest, Justin, who attended UCLA on a
football scholarship and was recently seen challenging Bobby Shmurda:
stepson, Quincy, and his youngest Christian:
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Who would have thought Fox’s new series could bring Bad Boy back together? Remember when it was All About the Benjamins? One thing that Lil’ Kim does have on Nicki is the fact that she was willing to go down for the people that she cares about. In 2005, Lil’ Kim served a yearlong prison sentence for lying to a jury about her friends’ involvement in a shooting 4 years earlier. Taraji P. Henson does a magnificent job in her role as Cookie.