50 Cent Sells Diddy Doc To Netflix After Bidding War

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50 Cent has been working on an exposé about Sean ‘Diddy/Brother Love’ Combs since his longtime rival was sued by his ex-girlfriend and singer Cassie Ventura for sexual assault last November.

On Tuesday evening (May 21), after a fierce bidding war, 50 Cent announced that he had secured a deal with Netflix for the rights to a revealing documentary about Diddy, featuring individuals who claim to have been abused or sexually violated by the mogul throughout his career.

50 took to Instagram to share the TMZ story and express his disapproval of the outlet’s choice of photo for the feature image. “TMZ use this fat boy picture of me because their doc went to Tubi LOL,” captioned 50. “It’s ok guys we’re all making good television mines just happens to be the best! NETFLIX wins the bidding war but if more victims keep coming out. I’m gonna need more episodes.“ 

TMZ recently released a documentary about Diddy on Tubi, while 50’s Diddy revelation is a multi-chapter exposé through his G-Unit Film and Television Studios. With ongoing developments, Netflix aims to feature the documentary in its upcoming releases.

Diddy publicly acknowledged assaulting Cassie in a 2016 hotel altercation in a video apology, expressing deep remorse and committing to personal growth through therapy and rehabilitation.

This incident has exacerbated the ongoing tensions between Diddy and 50 Cent, leading to skepticism from the Jamaica Queens native regarding Diddy’s public efforts to address the crisis.

The CNN footage showed Combs assaulting Cassie in a hotel hallway, leading to legal action. Cassie, also known as Cassandra Ventura, filed a lawsuit against Combs in November, alleging years of abuse, which was settled but led to further legal challenges, including a federal criminal investigation.

Diddy’s serious apology video was crucial in his response to the allegations that have put his reputation and career at risk. However, legal representatives and observers have met his apology with doubt and disapproval.

Combs may not face charges due to statute limitations, but federal investigators continue to scrutinize his conduct. Ventura’s disclosure and legal action have raised questions about accountability and justice.

Ventura had an on-and-off romantic relationship with Diddy, who signed her to his label in 2005 for over a decade. This highlights the need for accountability and transparency in addressing allegations of abuse and misconduct in the entertainment industry.