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What we know about the 50 Cent documentary on the sexual-assault allegations against Sean 'Diddy' Combs

Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson and Sean "Diddy" Combs.
Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson and Sean "Diddy" Combs.Gilbert Flores/Variety/Getty Images/Shareif Ziyadat/Getty Images
  • Sean "Diddy" Combs has been accused of sexual assault by several people, including his ex-partner.

  • In December, 50 Cent confirmed that he was developing a documentary about the allegations.

  • Federal agents raided mansions owned by Sean "Diddy" Combs on Monday.

50 Cent is developing a documentary about the sexual assault allegations against Sean "Diddy" Combs.

He teased the project on social media after Homeland Security agents raided Combs' mansions on Monday.

Four civil suits have been brought against Combs — whose net worth is estimated to be around $90 million, according to Forbes.

Combs' lawyer, Aaron Dyer, issued a lengthy, incensed statement after the raid, calling it "excessive" and an "ambush" by the authorities.

Combs has strongly denied the allegations from the civil lawsuits, too. The statement said: "Mr. Combs is innocent and will continue to fight every single day to clear his name."

In November, Combs' ex-partner Casandra Ventura filed a lawsuit against him, alleging sexual assault, rape, and abuse. Combs settled with Ventura on November 17, a day after the suit was filed.

In early December, 50 Cent, whose real name is Curtis Jackson, wrote on X about his documentary.

He posted a clip of former Bad Boy Records rapper Mark Curry alleging that Combs spiked women's drinks at a party.

Afterward, a representative confirmed to Variety that a documentary about Combs was being developed by 50 Cent's production company, G-Unit Film and Television.

"I can confirm that the untitled 'Diddy' documentary is in development through G-Unit Film and Television with Curtis '50 Cent' Jackson serving as Executive Producer," the representative said.

They pledged that all profits would go to victims of sexual assault and rape.

50 Cent hinted that the documentary might be called "Diddy Do It?"

Combs and 50 Cent have been feuding since 2006, and 50 Cent made a number of jokes on social media about Combs after the raids on Monday.

On Monday, 50 Cent tweeted: "Now it's not Diddy do it, it's Diddy done."

"They don't come like that unless they got a case," he wrote of the federal raid.

50 Cent then posted a picture to X on Tuesday that he implied was artwork for the upcoming documentary, with the title: "Diddy Do It?" The image shows three photos of Combs made to look like they're in legal case files.

He wrote: "This is gonna break records when this drop."

50 Cent did not indicate whether the documentary was finished, who else appears in it, or if it has a release date. The artwork was accompanied by a "Coming Soon" tagline at the bottom of the image.

The image appears to have been a repost rather than something 50 Cent produced for the occasion.

It was earlier distributed by the digital artist BossLogic, who is best known for whipping up unofficial concept art and posters for blockbuster movies and TV shows. The poster said that the documentary was already streaming on Netflix, which it isn't.

BossLogic confirmed to Business Insider that his poster was unofficial.

Representatives for 50 Cent, G-Unit Film and Television, and Netflix did not immediately respond to requests for comment from Business Insider.

If you are a survivor of sexual assault, you can call the National Sexual Assault Hotline (1-800-656-4673) or visit its website to receive confidential support.

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