50 Cent To Develop Explosive Documentary On Diddy 

50 Cent To Develop Explosive Documentary On Diddy 

50 Cent is about to make waves in the film industry once again. Recently, the television mogul announced plans to develop a hard-hitting documentary on none other than his longtime rival, Diddy

50 Cent To Produce Diddy Documentary

In a recent Instagram post on Dec. 1, 50 Cent revealed his intentions to produce a documentary centered around Diddy and the recent sexual assault allegations surrounding him and will use his G Unit Films & Television as the driving force behind the project.  

The accusations initially emerged from Diddy’s ex-girlfriend, Cassie, but were later settled the following day. Since the news broke, the rapper-turned-entrepreneur has been relentless in his social media trolling of the Bad Boy CEO. 

On Nov. 28, he even jokingly offered to buy Diddy’s REVOLT network after announcing that Diddy was temporarily stepping down as chairman. 

“I’ll buy that from you playboy, for the low because you know Cadillac and AT&T gonna pull out. I’ll give you a few dollars for it now!Sell it to me, then we can be friends. I’m serious call my phone,” 50 commented. 

‘Surviving Diddy’?

Taking to Instagram once again, 50 Cent commented:

“I thought Diddy was a Billionaire music mogul, If he’s smart he will file bankruptcy now. Anyone with real money knows why I’m saying this. Im the best producer for the job guys here come the receipts.” 

This latest move has sparked a mixed response from users in his comment section, with one acknowledging the stress of being enemies with 50 Cent, while another seemed to believe every word he said.


The longstanding beef between Diddy and 50 Cent dates back almost two decades, with a friendly relationship turning sour when Diddy demanded $2 million to release Mase from his Bad Boy contract, allowing the rapper to join the TV mogul’s G-Unit. In his usual tongue-in-cheek manner, 50 Cent also pondered potential titles for the documentary, including “Surviving P. Diddy” or “Diddy, Do It Or Not,” drawing parallels to the controversial documentary series “Surviving R. Kelly.”

The Flood of Allegations

As of now, 50 Cent has not divulged an official title or release date for the upcoming documentary, leaving fans eager to see how this latest chapter in their feud unfolds.

Diddy had more allegations against him after Cassie filed a lawsuit. Two other women accused Diddy of sexual assault from the 1990s. One woman filed a  lawsuit without sharing her name, and the other woman is named Joi Dickerson-Neal.

One day after filing the lawsuit with Diddy, the case was settled. Cassie originally filed a $30 million lawsuit but settled for an undisclosed amount. 

G-Unit Studios

In other 50 Cent news, Shreveport, Louisiana, approved the lease for his G Unit Film & Television Studios. The decision was made by the city council members in November.

‘Surviving R. Kelly’

Another documentary addressing sexual assault is Surviving R. Kelly, where women share accounts of what the singer allegedly did to them. The third chapter of this documentary aired on Lifetime in January 2023.

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