UPDATE (8/24): 50 Cent tried to explain his irritation with the explicit, NSFW Power sex scene on Jimmy Kimmel Live! last night. In his mind, Executive Producer Courtney Kemp Agboh gave him one impression of how the scene would look, and what aired was something else entirely.

"I knew it was there, I just didn't see it — in the original clips, it was darker," he said. "It wasn’t on, like, a big screen, like a life-sized version."

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To put it simply: 50 Cent isn't pleased that his magic stick was available for all to see on last night's (August 7) episode of Starz's crime drama Power.

The show's latest story included a graphic sex scene that featured 50's character, Kanan...uhh...going to town on himself in the company of Jukebox's girlfriend, Candie, who was doing the same (you can see the NSFW moment captured below).

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Welp, 50 claimed he didn't know the full-frontal moment would be used, and in a series of since-deleted Instagram messages grabbed by The Shade Room, he went off on Executive Producer Courtney Kemp Agboh. He said the sight of his penis was gratuitous, and noted the initial episode cuts didn't include the image — he alleged that the nudity was sneaked into the final version.

"Don't kiss my cheek, kiss my a**. This is not funny. Tell the people from STARZ stop calling my phone, you call now," he wrote in the first, aimed at Agboh.

"So now my Auntie G can't watch POWER because my d--- is debuting tonight," he added in another caption. "I wish somebody say some stupid s--- right now, I am Kanan motherf----- try me."

Agboh didn't take the criticism lying down, though, and insisted that 50 knew once he signed a waiver, Power had rights to air the footage it wound up using.

"Ghost must die and @50cent must lie because you knew what we were shooting during 404," she wrote.

Viewers shared 50's shock, though some thought the imagery made sense in the context of the show.

Did you catch the Power moment? Sound off in the comments.

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