50 Cent confirmed the news on his Instagram page that he’s moving forward to do a documentary about Sean “Diddy” Combs in the wake of the fourth sexual assault allegations.
He posted a screenshot of the news articles from Variety, the LA Times, and TMZ for additional allegations of Diddy raping a 17-year-old girl with the following message:
“My God 17 was no one off limits, This documentary is gonna blow you away! Diddy do it, or Not coming soon!!!”
He also states in the message that all proceeds will go to victims of sexual assault and rape.
He posted numerous posts of Diddy’s series of sexual allegations, pictures of Diddy posing with Harvey Weinstein, and video snippets of Eddie Griffin talking about the Diddy situation.
If that wasn’t enough, 50 Cent dragged Rick Ross into the controversy. He posted a video of former Bad Boy artist Mark Curry accusing Diddy of spiking bottles of alcohol served to women at the parties hosted by Diddy, including Rick Ross’ rapping to the lyrics of U.O.E.N.O., “Put Molly all in her champagne, she ain’t even know it I took her home, I enjoyed that, she ain’t even know it” which glorifies rape.
As a reminder to his followers, he posted another post of Diddy and Rick Ross alongside the 2013 controversial lyrics. According to Rolling Stone, Ross issued an official apology for the lyrics ten years ago. According to Vibe Magazine, 50 Cent and Rick Ross’s ongoing feud dates back to the late 2000s, which is one of the longest-running hip-hop feuds.
Ross’s feud with 50 Cent ignited again when he told Complex in an interview last month that everything 50 Cent does sucks in response to the 2005 Get Rick or Die Trying movie. 50 Cent troll Ross and Meek Mills album sales. Since the album sales trolling, the two have been exchanging or trading shots at each other.
We know the documentary is in the way for Diddy. Is he also sending warnings, including Rick Ross in the documentary? Readers, what do you think?