50 Cent Has Sold His Diddy Documentary To Netflix After A Massive Bidding War

Jesse Williams

By Jesse Williams

Jesse Williams

22 May 2024

Turns out 50 Cent was not joking about his documentary about Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs, finally selling the distribution rights to streaming giants Netflix.

Sources familiar with the matter told TMZ that a multi-part docuseries about Diddy’s various sexual assault allegations has been acquired by Netflix.

The series was subject to a massive bidding war with multiple networks and streaming platforms vying for the G-Unit Film and Television Studios production.

50 took to Instagram and confirmed the news, writing, “NETFLIX wins the bidding war but if more victims keep coming out I’m gonna need more episodes.”

Another alleged victim has come forward after 2016 security footage of Diddy beating his ex Cassie in a hotel hallway surfaced Friday. Cassie previously accused Diddy of abuse and sexual assault last year, and settled out of court one day later.

Diddy issued a public apology over the weekend and called the Cassie incident one of the darkest times in his life.