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50 Cent on rival, Diddy’s tail vehemently

50 Cent on rival, Diddy's tail vehemently
50 Cent on rival, Diddy's tail vehemently

Netflix has acquired a documentary that 50 Cent has been working on through his G-Unit Film and Television Studios. The documentary series will focus on the multiple lawsuits filed against rapper and entrepreneur Diddy.

50 Cent, who has been a bitter rival of Diddy for almost two decades, is currently producing a documentary that will highlight some of the shocking assault claims made against Diddy. As more individuals came forward with incriminating charges against the head of the Bad Boy record label, singer Cassie’s lawsuit brought more attention to the situation.

TMZ reports that, despite several streaming services competing for the documentary, 50 Cent ultimately accepted an offer from Netflix. He also expressed the possibility of producing more episodes, stating on Twitter that he would need more episodes if additional victims came forward with further accusations. Additionally, he humorously mentioned that the documentary went to Tubi but emphasized that Netflix won the bidding war.

In response to footage of Diddy expressing regret for hitting his ex-girlfriend Cassie, 50 Cent made a public statement. The graphic video of Diddy hitting his ex-girlfriend at the California Hotel shocked online users, prompting a significant response on social media to 50 Cent’s remarks regarding the apology video.

Netflix has acquired a documentary that 50 Cent has been working on through his G-Unit Film and Television Studios. The documentary series will focus on the multiple lawsuits filed against rap entrepreneur Diddy.

50 Cent, who has been a bitter rival of Diddy for almost two decades, is currently producing a documentary that will highlight some of the shocking assault claims made against Diddy. As more individuals came forward with incriminating charges against the head of the Bad Boy record label, singer Cassie’s lawsuit brought more attention to the situation.

TMZ reports that, despite several streaming services competing for the documentary, 50 Cent ultimately accepted an offer from Netflix. He also expressed the possibility of producing more episodes, stating on Twitter that he would need more episodes if additional victims came forward with further accusations. Additionally, he humorously mentioned that the documentary went to Tubi but emphasized that Netflix won the bidding war.

In response to footage of Diddy expressing regret for hitting his ex-girlfriend Cassie, 50 Cent made a public statement. The graphic video of Diddy hitting his ex-girlfriend at the California Hotel shocked online users, prompting a significant response on social media to 50 Cent’s remarks regarding the apology video.

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