MAXO KREAM JOKES ABOUT BEING TURNED INTO 'GTA 6' CHARACTER WITH ROD WAVE DREADS
Maxo Kream believes he may have been an inspiration for a character seen in the new Grand Theft Auto VI trailer which he thinks is a mix of Rod Wave and himself.
The Texas rapper watched the anticipated GTA 6 trailer with the world earlier this week and noticed one character that made him question who Rockstar Games based it on.
"I know @rockstargames ain't make me a charater and throw sum @rodwave dreads on him let me do the voice over #MaxoWave," he pleaded in his caption on Thursday (December 7).
Maxo attached the trailer screenshot with the overweight Black male rocking a white t-shirt, gold chains and a patchy beard with some braids.
For the most part, fans didn't see the comparison Maxo drew attention to. "You ain't that large my guy," one person wrote, while another added: "Boy that's a regular Zoe from Miami that ain't you!"
One more joked in his comment section: "Maxo u big sexy that character os big sloppy!"
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The Grand Theft Auto VI trailer arrived to much fanfare earlier this week, however, the game won't be released to Xbox and PlayStation consoles until 2025.
Earlier this year, 50 Cent teased his involvement with Grand Theft Auto meaning a possible collaboration for GTA 6 could be on the horizon.
The G-Unit boss posted a photo of Grand Theft Auto: Vice City which could align with the next installment of the Rockstar Games franchise which will return to a reinvented version of Vice City two decades later.
"I will Explain this later, GLG. GreenLightGang," he wrote cryptically. "this shit bigger than POWER trust me. BOOM."
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50's longtime friend and collaborator Eminem actually came close to starring in a GTA movie following the release of Grand Theft Auto III in 2001.
Kirk Ewing, a friend of GTA creators Sam and Dan Houser, said on the Grandest Game podcast in November: "[The agent] said: 'Kirk, we've got Eminem to star, and it's a Tony Scott film. $5million on the nose. Are you interested?'
"And I phoned up Sam and I said: 'Listen to this. They want Eminem in the Grand Theft Auto movie and Tony Scott to direct.'"
He continued: "And he said: 'Not interested' ... They realized that the media franchise that they had was bigger than any movie that was going on at the time."