Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson is alleging that AT&T is “Racist.”

In three independent Instagram places on Saturday, the rapper and Southpaw celebrity made the claims in response to the ongoing dialogues between Starz and AT&T U-verse, which puts half a million AT&T houses at risk of not having the ability to see the approaching episode of Starz’s Power which is in its second season.

Jackson costars in the show as well as co-executive produced.

“Guy Im sorry I have to say this, but AT&T is racist they have had problems in the past and we go again. 500,000 dwellings WOn’t be able to view the next episode of POWER. #EFFENVODKA #FRIGO #SMSAUDIO,” he first posted early Saturday afternoon.

He posted a photograph of an April 29, 2015 Associated Press article with all the headline “AT&T fires president for sending racist texts and pictures.”

“When this was happening they were saying they had the STARZ along with other networks that created programming targeting multiple ethnicity’s now I figure. SMH #EFFENVODKA #FRIGO #SMSAUDIO,” he captioned the second photo.

He continued having a third place, imploring AT&T subscribers to drop the supplier: “Switch your cable bundle from AT&T to whatever else. It’s 2015 and these folks are still racist. They’ve been dropping all stations that are believed urban friendly. This sh!t is unhappy #EFFENVODKA #FRIGO #SMSAUDIO.”

Starz and Encore serve a combined 57.5 million subscribers, including 23.7 million at Starz, and 33.8 million at Encore, making them the biggest pair of premium flagship channels in the U.S. According to a company representative, Power is the greatest performing series in Starz’s history with more than 6.3 million multiplatform viewers per episode, and has the largest concentration of African American audiences for a scripted premium series since 2006.

50 Cent