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50 Cent confirms docu-series on Diddy’s sexual assault allegations

The rapper said that the documentary, named ‘Diddy Do It?’, will “break records” upon release

  • 28 March 2024
50 Cent confirms docu-series on Diddy’s sexual assault allegations

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50 Cent has confirmed that a documentary on the sexual assault allegations surrounding P. Diddy is due for release, named Diddy Do It?.

The rapper shared a teaser for the docu-series yesterday, March 26, following a police raid on two of Diddy’s residences. Federal agents entered the homes in Miami and Los Angeles on behalf of the US Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) amid ongoing investigations into sex trafficking, The Associated Press reported.

Diddy Do It? is due for release “soon”, per the poster, which was shared yesterday by 50 Cent. “This is gonna break records when this drop,” he said. No further details have been released yet.

The confirmation comes almost five months after 50 Cent first teased a documentary on Diddy, real name Sean Combs, following a two decade-long feud between the pair.

50 Cent commented on a report by Page Six in December that his G-Unit Films and Television company were working on the project, calling himself the “best producer for the job”.

Yesterday, March 26, Combs’ homes were raided as part of an ongoing investigation. Fox 11 reported that several people were detained at Combs’ LA home, although Combs himself was not present.

Combs was accused of physical abuse, rape and sex trafficking in a lawsuit filed by his ex-girlfriend Cassie in November last year. Both parties reached a private settlement within 24 hours of the lawsuit being filed.

Since then, more women have come forward accusing the rapper of rape, sex trafficking, battery, and revenge porn among other claims. In December, he was accused of the “gang rape” of a 17-year-old girl, which Combs has denied.

50 Cent mocked the 54-year-old artist after the raids yesterday, saying on Twitter: “Now it’s not Diddy do it, it’s Diddy done. They don’t come like that unless they got a case.”

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