Founder of oldest hip-hop group sells story to film company

THE tale of the Kiwi woman who founded the oldest groups of hip-hoppers in the world has been bought by a Hollywood producer.  

Founder and manager of the Hip Op-eration crew, Billie Jordan, 46, said the rights to her life story had been sold to a top film production company.  

Her crew, of seven members aged 71-96, based on Waiheke Island, holds the Guinness World Record for the oldest dance group.  

Jordan couldn't divuldge which production company had bought the rights, but said the making of the movie could begin as early as next year.   


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