50 Cent Pokes Fun at 'Surviving P Diddy' Series
Rapper and TV producer 50 Cent is dropping hints about a potential documentary shedding light on Diddy and members of the Bad Boy Entertainment label. This comes in the wake of a second lawsuit filed against former Bad Boy president Harve Pierre.
The recent lawsuit against Pierre was filed on the deadline under the New York Adult Survivors Act by an individual identified as Jane Doe, who claims to be an ex-assistant who worked with Pierre from approximately 2016-2017.
Jane Doe alleges that Pierre groomed and se*ually ass*ulted her multiple times throughout that year in various cities across the country. She is also suing Bad Boy Entertainment, accusing the label of negligence for failing to protect her from Pierre's actions.
This new legal development follows Diddy's swift settlement of a lawsuit brought by his former longtime singer and ex-girlfriend, Cassandra 'Cassie' Ventura, the previous week. Cassie's lawsuit claimed physical ass*ult, be*tings, human tr*fficking, and rape by Diddy when she ended their relationship in 2018.
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Ventura's legal action against Diddy implicated several of his companies and detailed the involvement of specific employees who were allegedly aware of the ab*se she suffered. Some employees, purportedly at Diddy's behest, provided substances for questionable activities and allegedly aided in covering up the ab*se Cassie endured.
Speculation is mounting that more women may come forward to share their experiences concerning Diddy and Bad Boy Entertainment.
On Thursday, 50 Cent hinted at the possibility of more women prepared to speak out about the label's inner workings, including Diddy's actions. Responding to Pierre's lawsuit, Diddy asked fans if they would be interested in a documentary.
“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! @bransoncognac @lecheminduroi,” the rapper posted.
Diddy has yet to make a public appearance since these events unfolded, and he is facing repercussions such as Macy's discontinuing his Sean John clothing line and Diageo filing a court order to remove him as the face of marketing for Ciroc vodka following Cassie's lawsuit settlement.
It's worth noting that 50 Cent and Diddy have a longstanding beef, the origins of which remain publicly unknown. While Diddy has never addressed Fifty publicly, the G-Unit head has consistently made him a target on social media.