50 Cent is moving forward with his proposed documentary about Diddy's recent legal drama.
Fif has been trolling the Bad Boy founder by threatening to create a program about all the accusations that have come to light in recent weeks. According to TMZ, a rep for 50 Cent and G-Unit Film and Television confirmed that the documentary is currently under development. Shortly after the latest allegations against Diddy were reported on Wednesday, December 6, the "Power" creator announced that he wants whatever profits he makes from the documentary to go to victims of sexual abuse and rape.
"G-Unit Film & Television proceeds from this Documentary will go to victims of Sexual Assault and Rape !" 50 Cent wrote in his caption.
The clip that was posted is from an interview with former Bad Boy artist Mark Curry, who has spoken up about Diddy in the past. He claimed that he went to parties where Diddy and friends would provide spiked drinks for the ladies who were there. The clip also features Rick Ross controversial line in "U.O.E.N.O" in which he raps about putting Molly in a woman's champagne without her knowledge.
50 Cent's post came as a shot at both Diddy and Rozay, who Fif's been beefing with for quite some time. He posted it right after Diddy was accused of gang raping a 17-year-old high school girl with two others in 2003. It also appeared to be a response to Ross, who had just responded to Charlmagne Tha God's comments about Fif being a "diabolical genius."
So far, there's no intended release date 50 Cent's documentary about Diddy.