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50 Cent Reportedly Sold a 'Diddy' Docuseries to Netflix, After Continuously Trolling Combs Online

According to TMZ, 50 Cent reportedly sold a docuseries about Sean 'Diddy' Combs to Netflix after several companies bid on the project. 50 Cent produced the documentary through G-Unit Films and Television Studios, as he did for other projects..

50 Cent has relentlessly trolled Diddy on social media about his recent lawsuits, his homes being raided, and several sexual assault allegations made against him. Diddy's son, Christian Combs, who uses the moniker, King Combs, recently released the diss song "Pick a Side" about 50 Cent.

In classic 50 Cent fashion, he responded to Christian by trolling him on Instagram, stating, "I feel so threatened by the things Christian is saying on his record. I'm afraid for my life, please don't hurt me guys. I never mentioned or posted anything about Puffy's kids 😳because KEEFE D said he killed 2Pac 🤷🏽‍♂️ LOL." 

The G-Unit rapper followed up with another post, berating the 26-year-old about the fact that Christian is also facing a sexual assault lawsuit from a woman who alleges he assaulted her on a Super Yacht that Diddy rented. He stated, "Damn @kingcombs what you told Grace O'Marcaigh on that boat huh, gave her the puffy juice with that special sauce in it. LOL BOY OH BOY! BAD BOY FOR LIFE!" he wrote.

In response to King Combs' lyrics, the G-Unit founder made an additional post on social media, writing, "Now why would you say some s— like this 🤦when you know the FEDS are investigating. IS YOU STUPID OR IS YOU DUMB? LOL." 

Diddy has never responded to 50's online digs against him. Christian's song was the first time the Combs family publicly acknowledged the rift between the two mega-millionaires. 

Fans are unclear as to what started this seemingly one-sided beef. Although it was discovered that 50's ex, Daphney Joy, who shares a son with the G-Unit rapper, legally known as Curtis Jackson was named in music producer, Lil' Rod's lawsuit against Diddy, Jackson began his online roasts of the former Bad Boy Records founder prior to the lawsuit.

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