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50 Cent has officially sold “Diddy Do It?” docu-series to Netflix after bidding war

50 Cent announces Netflix deal for series on Sean "Diddy" Combs sexual assault allegations.

50 Cent's documentary on Diddy sex assault accusations is headed to Netflix after 'massive bidding war'.

Netflix lands 'Diddy do it' documentary produced by 50 cent.

On Tuesday (May 21) TMZ that reported, that the television mogul has sold his documentary on Diddy to Netflix — which was produced via 50 Cent's G-Unit Film and Television Studios.

In TMZ's report, "a massive bidding war" with multiple networks and all of the streaming platforms attempting to land the series.

“Diddy Do It?” upcoming docu-series will be 50's first project through G-Unit Film and Television Studios.

The G-Unit mogul jumped on instagram to commemorate the moment, after reportedly going through a bidding war for the series. In doing so, 50 managed to shame celebrity media

“TMZ use this fat boy picture of me because their doc went to Tubi LOL,” 50 wrote in part.

Fif continued, “It’s ok guys we’re all making good television mines just happens to be the best! NETFLIX wins the bidding war but if more victims keep coming out 🤷🏽‍♂️I’m gonna need more episodes. 😳@bransoncognac @lecheminduroi.”


Last month, Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson unveiled his production facility in Shreveport and was honored with his own day by the city's mayor.

“As someone who has always believed in the transformative power of music, film and television, I’m beyond excited to introduce the expansion of my G-Unit Film & Television through the launch of G-Unit Studios right here in Shreveport,” 50 told Billboard.

50 Cent additionally noted that establishing G-Unit Studios in Shreveport “is not just a business decision; it’s a commitment to fostering talent, creating opportunities and building a community that thrives through creativity and innovation. We see Shreveport as a beacon of inspiration and creativity.”


Amid the ongoing developments surrounding Combs, 54, insiders told the outlet that Netflix is angling to get the documentary on its slate of new releases 'sooner than later.'   

Diddy on Sunday admitted that he beat his ex-girlfriend Cassie in a hotel hallway in 2016 after CNN released video of the attack, saying in a video apology he was 'truly sorry' and his actions were 'inexcusable.'


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