50 Cent to Make Documentary Exposing Diddy’s Alleged Sexual Assault History

The rapper has vowed to donate all proceeds from the film to the victims of sexual assault.

As sexual assault allegations against Sean “Diddy” Combs continue to surface, rapper and producer 50 Cent is set to intensify the spotlight on the hip-hop mogul with a forthcoming tell-all documentary.

The G-Unit Film & Television production, spearheaded by 50 Cent, aims to expose the controversies surrounding Diddy, particularly in light of a recent fourth sexual assault allegation.

In a Twitter revelation on Thursday, 50 Cent announced that the proceeds from the documentary would be dedicated to victims of sexual violence. The untitled film is currently in development, promising an in-depth exploration of the allegations against Diddy.

In a tweet, 50 Cent stated, “Proceeds from this Documentary will go to victims of Sexual Assault and Rape,” sharing a clip of the upcoming documentary. The teaser features former Bad Boy Records rapper Mark Curry detailing alleged dangerous party scenes allegedly encouraged by Diddy and his entourage.

Curry specifically recounted instances where Diddy would reportedly spike bottles of champagne at parties, leading women to unknowingly consume drugged beverages, becoming, in his words, “real, real slippery.”

A representative for 50 Cent and G-Unit Film and TV confirmed the documentary’s development and the charitable initiative. The statement clarified,

The untitled ‘Diddy’ documentary is in development through G-Unit Film and Television with Curtis ’50 Cent’ Jackson serving as Executive Producer, proceeds from this documentary that G-Unit Film & Television receives will go to victims of sexual assault and rape.

The documentary assumes added significance as multiple women have come forward with allegations of sexual assault against Diddy, following a lawsuit filed by R&B star Cassie, also known as Casandra Ventura, last month. In her legal filing, Cassie accused Diddy of rape and provided a detailed account of a decade-long history of abuse.

Addressing the allegations on December 6 via Instagram, Diddy vehemently denied any wrongdoing.