• Mon. May 20th, 2024

50 Cent Plans To Make A Movie About Diddy’s Legal Troubles

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50 Cent has hinted at executively producing a film called Surviving P Diddy as the legal scrutiny on the Bad Boy mogul and his business empire continues to mount.

The rap mogul and entrepreneur 50 Cent is known for his trolling and beefing with other celebrities on social media. His latest target is none other than his longtime rival P Diddy, who is facing multiple lawsuits and scandals involving his business empire and personal life.

50 Cent has hinted at producing a film called Surviving P Diddy, a reference to the 2019 documentary Surviving R. Kelly, which exposed the sexual abuse allegations against the R&B singer. The film would presumably document the various accusations and controversies surrounding Diddy, such as:

P Diddy’s lawsuits: Why 50 Cents wants to release Surviving P Diddy,

The sexual assault lawsuit filed by his former artist and ex-girlfriend Cassie, who claimed that Diddy raped her, abused her physically and emotionally, and forced her to perform sex acts on male sex workers while he watched and masturbated.

This lawsuit was filed by Cassie Ventura, a singer, model and actress who professionally goes by Cassie, on November 17, 2023, in a federal court in New York City. She alleged that Diddy, whose real name is Sean Combs, lured her into a drug-fueled lifestyle and a romantic relationship with him in 2006, when he signed her to his Bad Boy Records label. 

She claimed that he subjected her to a pattern of abuse throughout their decade-long relationship, which ended in 2018. According to the lawsuit, Diddy beat her, choked her, threatened her with guns, and raped her towards the end of their relationship. He also allegedly forced her to engage in various sex acts with male sex workers while he recorded and masturbated to them. She also accused him of orchestrating a plan to blow up Kid Cudi’s car after discovering that the rapper was briefly dating Cassie. She sought punitive damages and compensation for her physical, emotional and psychological injuries. Diddy denied the allegations and called them “outrageous” and “blackmail”. He and Cassie settled the lawsuit for an unspecified amount on November 18, 2023, one day after it was filed.

The sexual assault lawsuit filed by his former assistant against his former Bad Boy president Harve Pierre, who allegedly groomed and assaulted her between 2016 and 2017. The lawsuit also named Diddy’s companies as co-defendants for failing to supervise Pierre.

This lawsuit was filed by an anonymous former assistant of Harve Pierre, who was the president of Bad Boy Entertainment and Bad Boy Records from 1991 to 2017. She alleged that Pierre used his position of authority to groom, exploit and sexually assault her on multiple occasions between 2016 and 2017. 

She claimed that he made unwanted sexual advances, touched her inappropriately, and forced her to perform oral sex on him. She also alleged that he caused her physical, emotional and psychological injuries, along with pain and suffering. 

She named Diddy’s companies, Bad Boy Entertainment, Bad Boy Records and Combs Enterprises, as co-defendants for negligence and gender violence, accusing them of failing to properly supervise Pierre and protect her from his misconduct. She sought punitive damages and compensation for her injuries. Diddy and his companies denied the allegations and said they were never brought to their attention. They also said they were investigating the allegations and prioritizing the safety and well-being of their employees.

The end of his clothing brand Sean John’s partnership with Macy’s after two decades.

Sean John is a fashion lifestyle company that Diddy launched in 1998. It produces men’s, women’s and children’s apparel, accessories, fragrances and footwear. It has been carried by Macy’s, a department store chain, since its inception, but in 2010, Diddy signed an exclusive distribution agreement with Macy’s, making it the sole department store retailer for the Sean John sportswear line. 

However, in November 2023, it was reported that Macy’s decided to phase out Sean John from its stores and website, as part of its ongoing review of its brand portfolio. A source told Radar Online that Sean John products were being removed and that there were no plans for a re-release.

 The source also said that the decision was made before Cassie’s lawsuit and that it was based on the brand’s declining sales and relevance. Diddy bought back Sean John for $7.5 million in 2021, after its holding company went bankrupt. He also sued Sean John and its licensee GBG USA for $25 million in 2020, accusing them of using his image and likeness without his consent to promote a new women’s clothing line.

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50 Cent has been mocking and taunting Diddy on his Instagram account, posting screenshots of headlines and articles about his legal woes and adding his own sarcastic comments. For example, he wrote: “I Told you they was coming, in 5,4,3,2,1 SMH. This is a movie (SURVIVING P DIDDY) OR (DIDDY, DO IT OR NOT) executive produced by Curtis 50cent Jackson coming soon!” under a post about Pierre’s lawsuit.

He also wrote: “LOL He paid that money real quick, should have done that before the sharks saw the blood in the water and here they come in 5,4,3,2,1 every woman he put his hand on” under a post about Diddy and Cassie’s quick and amicable settlement.

It is unclear whether 50 Cent is serious about making the film or just joking, but it is evident that he is enjoying Diddy’s downfall and trying to capitalize on it. He has a history of producing and starring in films and TV shows, such as PowerGet Rich or Die Tryin, and Den of Thieves.

Diddy, on the other hand, has not responded to 50 Cent’s jabs or addressed the lawsuits publicly. He has been focusing on his music and philanthropy, such as launching a new R&B label called The Love Era and donating $1 million to a historically black college.

The feud between 50 Cent and Diddy dates back to the early 2000s, when they competed for the title of the richest and most influential rapper in the industry. They have also clashed over business deals, music rights, and personal issues, such as 50 Cent’s friendship with Diddy’s former protégé The Notorious B.I.G.’s killer.

Whether or not the film Surviving P Diddy will ever see the light of day remains to be seen, but one thing is certain: 50 Cent will not stop trolling and provoking Diddy anytime soon.


Mbiydze is a web and graphic designer, digital marketer, and founder of a group of companies including CHEETAH CAMEROON, MBIYDZELA DIGITAL and PULSEBEAT ENTERTAINMENT  He is an ambitious entrepreneur with experience in various fields.
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