50 Cent has seized the chance to record the current state of affairs involving Sean “Diddy” Combs.

The “Many Men” rapper revealed on X that a documentary on the former REVOLT chairman and the accusations of sexual assault against him will be released by his production business.

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Mark Curry, a former member of Bad Boy Records, is interviewed in the first preview and shares memories of the label’s party days. “We used to have these bottles when we went to the club. These would be standard Moët bottles. However, he added, “They have something on this side of the bottles that would make the girls really, really slippery and all this kind of stuff.”

With the words, “G-Unit Film & Television proceeds from this Documentary will go to victims of Sexual Assault and Rape,” the Queens rapper also promised to give the project’s earnings.

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When Cassie filed her shocking complaint against Diddy on November 16, accusing him of rape, sex trafficking, cruelty, and other offenses, it sent shockwaves through the legal community. Four women have come forward to accuse the music executive of rape as of December 6. In an open letter to Diddy on December 7, singer-songwriter Tiffany Red affirmed Cassie’s allegations of abuse.

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Diddy broke his silence on all the accusations brought against him earlier this week on Instagram. “It’s enough,” he stated in a post that did not allow comments. I have been sitting quietly for the past few weeks, seeing attempts to discredit me, my legacy, and my character. I have been the target of horrifying accusations from people hoping to make a fast cash. To be crystal clear, I did not do any of the horrible things that are being said. I’ll stand up for the truth, my family, and my name.


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