50 Cent confirms a new upcoming docu-series about Diddy
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50 Cent confirms a new upcoming docu-series about Diddy

Queens emcee 50 Cent has announced to fans that he has an upcoming docu-series in the works entitled Diddy Do It? which is set to tell the story of how the Bad Boy Entertainment founder ended up in the trouble he is in today.

The lyricist released a short trailer for the documentary and its artwork on social media on March 26th following the multiple homeland security raids of Diddy’s mansions in Los Angeles and Miami. 

According to the poster, Diddy Do It? will be arriving “soon.” Moreover, he assured fans it will be a big hit, writing, “This is gonna break records when this drop.” There have been no further details about the project, including its release date.

Five months ago, 50 Cent (Curtis Jackson) hinted there would be a project about Diddy. The two have been involved in a feud for a number of years, and Jackson has always alluded to Diddy’s sexual promiscuity.

Diddy (real name Sean Combs) faces multiple lawsuits, including a sexual abuse allegation by producer Rodney ‘Lil Rod’ Jones, who alleged that the ‘Last Night’ musician promised him a Grammy if he performed sex acts for him.

There has also been controversy surrounding parties Diddy has thrown in the past. It is reported that Combs invited “celebrities such as famous athletes, political figures, artists, musicians and international dignitaries like British Royal, Prince Harry”.

However, there have also been rumours that his parties were attended by sex workers and underage girls and in a resurfaced 2004 Usher interview, Diddy often entertained “orgies” at his residences.

Combs has had multiple deals, including a TV show that was scrapped by James Corden’s LA production company Fulwell 73, following the allegations made by Cassie Ventura. You can see the Diddiy Do It? poster below.