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50 Cent sells doc on Diddy to Netflix

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Rapper 50 Cent’s documentary about sexual assault allegations against his nemesis Sean “Diddy” Combs has just been acquired by Netflix after an apparent “massive bidding war.”

Several networks and streaming services have attempted to air the series about Combs, 54, since 50 Cent, real name Curtis Jackson, began teasing the documentary several months ago, sources told TMZ. .

Fiddy – who regularly gloats over the shameful fall of his long-time rival – confirmed the deal on Tuesday evening.

“NETFLIX wins the bidding war, but if more and more casualties keep happening, I’ll need more episodes,” 50 Cent said in an Instagram post.

50 Cent’s documentary about the sexual assault allegations against his nemesis Sean “Diddy” Combs has been bought by Netflix. Denise Truscello

The series – produced through the 1950s G-Unit film and television studios – is said to focus on allegations of abuse committed by Diddy’s ex-girlfriend Cassie Ventura and a slew of other women.

The 48-year-old “In Da Club” rapper said last year that proceeds from the docuseries would be donated to victims of sexual assault and rape.

It was not immediately clear how much Netflix paid for the series, or when it would begin streaming.

Several networks and streaming services had been trying to air the series about Combs, 54, since 50 Cent, real name Curtis Jackson, began teasing the documentary several months ago. Instagram/50 cents

News of the settlement came as the latest alleged victim came forward to accuse the “Bad Boy 4 Life” rapper of assault.

Model Crystal McKinney filed a lawsuit Tuesday against Diddy, alleging that Diddy drugged her when she was 22, then forced her to perform oral sex on him during a visit to his New York studio two decades ago .

Horrible surveillance video showed Diddy brutally beating his ex-girlfriend Cassie Ventura. P.A.

Since his ex-girlfriend Cassie Ventura accused Combs of rape and abuse in November, he has been the subject of six abuse lawsuits, including the latest from McKinney.

Meanwhile, 50 Cent has repeatedly trolled his rival on social media amid his ongoing legal troubles.

His thorny relationship with him dates back two decades, with 50 Cent harassing Diddy for boosting his own career by using the name of his late collaborator Biggie Smalls, raising doubts about Diddy’s sexuality and even suggesting that Diddy knows who shot Biggie but is too afraid to take revenge. .




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