50 Cent is reportedly making a documentary on Diddy’s sexual assault allegations

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50 Cent is reportedly making a documentary based on the current sexual assault allegations around fellow rapper Diddy.

Both rappers have had a two decade-long feud and now claims have spread that the G-Unit founder is creating a television documentary around the current lawsuits and controversies around Diddy.

50 Cent is yet to explicitly confirm whether this is true, but he has commented on a report by Page Six that his G-Unit Films and Television company is currently working on the project.

Since the publication released this news, 50 has tweeted the news article calling himself the “best producer for the job” and adding: “Here come the receipts”.

In November, 50 posted on Instagram asking his followers: “This is a movie (SURVIVING P DIDDY) OR (DIDDY, DO IT OR NOT) executive produced by Curtis 50cent Jackson coming soon”.

Diddy recently reached a settlement with his ex-girlfriend Cassie, who accused the rapper of physical abuse, rape, and sex trafficking in a major lawsuit.

Since then, two more women have come forward accusing the rapper of rape, sex trafficking, battery, and revenge porn, amongst other claims.

Both women filed lawsuits under New York’s Adult Survivors Act, each alleging incidents that took place individually in the early 1990s.

Recently, Diddy’s former head of security, Roger Bonds, broke his silence on the case with a since-deleted statement.

According to Complex, Bonds said: “I was sick of everything that was going on around you.”

He continues: “I was sick of having to cover up everything that you did. I was sick. Cassie spoke on it. She said, ‘Yeah, I jumped on it. I jumped in between it.’ That wasn’t the only time. It was other times, and it was other people.”

A representative for Diddy – real name Sean Combs – shared the following statement with Rolling Stone: “These are fabricated claims falsely alleging misconduct from over 30 years ago and filed at the last minute. Because of Mr. Combs’ fame and success, he is an easy target for anonymous accusers who lie without conscience or consequence for financial benefit… The public should be skeptical and not rush to accept these bogus allegations.”

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Written by: Tim Hopkins

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