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50 Cent Sells “Diddy Do It” Documentary Series to Netflix

“Diddy Do It” is 50 Cent’s jab at Diddy - evoking the long standing feud between the two rappers.

American rapper and songwriter, Curtis Jackson, better known as 50 Cent has  reportedly sold a new documentary series dubbed “Diddy Do It,” based on Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs to Netflix.

The “Candy Shop” rapper, who has been vocal about his dislike for Combs, sold the documentary series to film streaming giants Netflix following a bidding war among film production companies vying for the rights to the series.

In the end, Netflix won, with reports indicating that the new series will soon be available for streaming on the platform.

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The series, produced by 50 Cent’s G-Unit Film and Television Studios, is reportedly based on the numerous sexual allegations levelled against Combs over the years. 

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50 Cent, who executive produced  the crime series “Power” and “Black Mafia Family” first teased the series in 2023,  with a fan made film poster on X (formerly known as Twitter) after the numerous news of lawsuits made against Combs, came to public notice.

He continued trolling Combs with several tweets referring to Diddy as the “Diddler” who was known for hosting indecent parties for artistes and celebrities in Hollywood. The rivalry between Diddy and 50 dates back to the 2006, when 50 Cent released “The Bomb” track against Diddy, in which he suggested that Diddy was aware of the people behind the drive by assassination of rapper, Notorious B.I.G in 1997.

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Sean Combs has made headlines this year due to a number of allegations levelled against him. Music producer Rodney “Lil Rod” Jones filed a fifth lawsuit against Combs in February 2024, accusing him of sexual assault. In March, the Department of Homeland Security conducted raids on Combs’ properties in Los Angele and Miami. 

In May 19, 2024 a footage of him physically assaulting his ex-girlfriend Cassie Ventura  was released by CNN, after which the rapper posted a video of himself apologising on Instagram.  

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