Jussie Smollett was convicted of allegedly staging a false hate crime against himself.

He was prosecuted last December and sentenced to prison this March.

Smollett was released shortly after and bagged his first gig with BET+.

He directed "B-Boy Blues," and the streaming platform recently selected the production.

The film will debut on BET+ on June 9, ahead of Pride Month.

Mona Scott-Young and her Monami Entertainment will be taking charge of production.

Smollett's lawyer revealed that the actor lived on only ice water during his stay in jail.

The "The Mighty Ducks" actor released a song insisting on his innocence of the false hate crime.

He called out the police in the song's lyrics for accusing him of staging the alleged assault.