50 Cent sells Diddy’s documentary to Netflix in a bidding war

By , K24 Digital
On Wed, 22 May, 2024 14:53 | 2 mins read
Sean 'Diddy' Combs (CC: IMDb) /50 Cent /PHOTO/(C: Getty Images)

The entire Sean 'Diddy' Combs controversy that is unfolding in front of us, we may get to see all that and more soon in Netflix’s documentary.

Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs has been notoriously hitting headlines. The alleged horrific revelations about the rapper have been coming to light making people shocked. The recent video captured by a hotel’s CCTV in 2016, went viral on the internet, where we can see the rapper allegedly hitting his then-girlfriend Cassey Ventura.

50 Cent who has been vocal about his views on Diddy, has been behind a documentary based on The Bad Boys Records founder. 50 Cent’s produced documentary was in a bidding war, which was won by Netflix and soon we get to see it come to life on our screens.

Sean 'Diddy' Combs (CC: IMDb) /50 Cent /PHOTO/(C: Getty Images)

Netflix wins bidding war for Diddy’s documentary

According to TMZ, multiple sources who are well versed about the situation told the outlet that the In Da Club rapper’s multi-part documentary based on sexual abuse allegations against Diddy was purchased by none other than Netflix.

The docu-series, produced by 50 Cent’s G-Unit Film and Television Studios was in a huge bidding war with many platforms trying to attain the docu-series. 

Diddy. PHOTO/WireImage

After the video footage of Cassey Ventura came to light, in response to that video, Diddy posted an apology video on his Instagram, where he spoke about being in one of the darkest phases of his life when the incident took place in 2016. One more lawsuit has been added to Diddy’s list of lawsuits. A model named Crystal McKinney alleged that the Another One Of Me rapper sexually assaulted her in 2003.

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