50 Cent React To Video Of Diddy Assaulting Cassie
Curtis '50 Cent' Jackson and Sean 'Diddy' Combs via Instagram

Netflix has snagged 50 Cent‘s bombshell docuseries that dives deep into the allegations of sexual abuse, rape, and sex trafficking against rapper Sean “Diddy” Combs.

50 Cent, never one to shy away from stirring the pot, has been teasing this project for months.

He started dropping hints and sharing posters for a fake documentary on social media, keeping everyone guessing.


The suspense finally ended when he confirmed in a tweet that Netflix had won the “bidding war” for the series he first announced back in December.

But in true 50 Cent fashion, he couldn’t resist adding, “If more victims keep coming out, I’m gonna need more episodes.”

This docuseries is set to be a deep dive into the accusations against Diddy, who has been in hot water with at least four women accusing him of rape, abuse, sex trafficking, and other crimes in the last six months.

Diddy, of course, has denied all these claims. But, he finally had no choice but to fess up after a 2016 surveillance video showed him brutally beating Cassie in a Los Angeles hotel.

G-Unit Film & Television, Jackson’s production company, confirmed last year that a still-unnamed documentary was in the works.

The series promises to be a no-holds-barred exposé, exploring the dark side of one of hip-hop’s biggest moguls. And if Jackson’s past projects are anything to go by, this is going to be a wild ride.

50 Cent has been hyping the project on social media, particularly on X (formerly Twitter).

In one memorable post, he shared a video of former rapper Mark Curry, who was signed to Diddy’s Bad Boy Records, recounting some wild tales.

Curry claimed that Diddy would spike bottles of champagne with “something to make the girls real, real slippery.”

To add fuel to the fire, Fiddy paired this with a clip featuring lyrics from Rick Ross’ song “U.O.E.N.O.,” which talks about drugging and sexually assaulting women: “Put molly all in her champagne, she ain’t even know it / I took her home and I enjoyed that, she ain’t even know it.

The timing of Netflix’s announcement couldn’t be more dramatic.

On the same day, a former model sued Diddy for allegedly drugging and sexually assaulting her in 2003.

This latest lawsuit is just one in a string of recent accusations against the rapper.

50 Cent, never one to miss a moment, took to Instagram with his signature blend of bravado and humor, writing, “NETFLIX wins the bidding war but if more victims keep coming out 🤷🏽‍♂️ I’m gonna need more episodes. 😳”

With a production team that includes heavyweights like Jackson, this docuseries is set to pull no punches.

It will be produced by G-Unit Film & Television in association with Netflix, ensuring it has the high production value and gripping storytelling we’ve come to expect from both entities.

So, get your popcorn ready and clear your schedule, because this is one docuseries you won’t want to miss.

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