50 Cent Says Netflix “Wins Bidding War” For His Sean Combs Docuseries

Sean Combs, who is involved in multiple lawsuits over his alleged behavior, is set to be the subject of a docuseries from his rival 50 Cent.

The latter, otherwise known as Curtis Jackson, says that Netflix “wins the bidding war” for a docuseries that he is producing on the rapper otherwise known as Diddy.

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The series, which Jackson says is called Diddy Do It, is being produced by Jackson’s G-Unit Film and Television banner. Netflix has not responded to confirmation.

It comes as Combs is facing numerous lawsuits, including sexual assault allegations.

Earlier this week, model Crystal McKinney accused Combs of sexually assaulting her 21 years ago.

“Seeing Plaintiff was very intoxicated, Combs demanded Plaintiff follow him and he physically led Plaintiff to the bathroom,” the suit details. After McKinney initially refused to perform fellatio on Combs, the rapper “shoved her head down to his crotch” and forced her to give him oral sex.

It also comes days after video footage of Combs beating his ex-partner Cassie surfaced.

On March 25 this year, the FBI and Homeland Security agents also raided his LA and Miami homes. A federal spokesperson called the raids part of an “ongoing investigation.”

Jackson also threw shade at Fox-owned TMZ, which broke the news, for the photo it used on the story. “TMZ use this fat boy picture of me because their doc went to Tubi LOL 😏it’s ok guys we’re all making good television mines just happens to be the best,” he wrote on social media in reference to the free streamer’s TMZ Presents: The Downfall of Diddy.

Curtis ‘50 Cent’ Jackson and his G-Unit Film and Television production company are represented by Independent Artist Group.

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