Rapper 50 Cent, who has had a long-standing feud with Diddy, is reportedly focusing his documentary production company on the embattled Bad Boy mogul. Fiddy’s G-Unit Films and Television company is known for its dramas, including the hit series “Power,” as well as true crime documentaries and podcasts like “Hip Hop Homicides” and “Surviving El Chapo: The Twins Who Brought Down A Drug Lord.”
The next target for G-Unit is reportedly a TV documentary about Diddy and allegations of abuse by his longtime partner Cassie and others. Diddy has denied the claims and recently stepped down as chair of his own media company, Revolt. Cassie filed a lawsuit against Diddy, claiming he raped her and forced her to have sex with male prostitutes while he watched, among other allegations. Attorneys for Diddy settled the lawsuit within 24 hours, but publicly admitted no wrongdoing.
Even among 50 Cent’s many long-running feuds, his relationship with Diddy stands out for its endurance. Fiddy has criticized Diddy for boosting his own career by using the name of late collaborator Biggie Smalls, raised doubts about Diddy’s sexuality, and suggested that Diddy knows who shot Biggie but is too scared to seek revenge.
A rep for Fiddy and G-Unit Film and Television did not respond to requests for comment about the documentary.
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