50 Cent Says Proceeds From Diddy Documentary 'Will Go to Victims of Sexual Assault' (UPDATE)

50 Cent is taking his rift with Diddy to the small screen.

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UPDATED 12/7, 7:37 a.m. ET: 50 Cent says proceeds from his upcoming Diddy documentary will go toward sexual assault victims.

As confirmed by 50 himself in an Instagram post, G-Unit Film and Television’s proceeds form the doc “will go to victims of sexual assault and rape.” Furthermore, per TMZ, the doc is “currently in development,” though additional info has not been made public.

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50 Cent's pitch on a documentary surrounding controversies that have followed Diddy for years has landed.

Although the G-Unit leader hasn't officially announced the news, according to Page Six, Fifty's G-Unit Films and Television company is developing a television special on the Bad Boy Records founder, but it's unknown whether the documentary will be a one-off or multipart. Hinting towards a televised project in the works, Fifty tweeted the Page Six link on Friday, calling himself "the best producer for the job."

Fifty and Sean "Diddy" Combs were once friendly in the early 2000s, but began feuding later in the decade, around the time when Diddy sought $2 million to let Mase out of his Bad Boy deal to move to G-Unit.

Before landing the upcoming documentary, Fifty got approval from his Instagram followers, pitching a docuseries titled Surviving P. Diddy or Diddy, Do It Or Not, similar to Lifetime's Surviving R. Kelly about the disgraced R&B singer-songwriter.

While the "In Da Club" rapper is currently on tour with Busta Rhymes and Jeremih, he's been trolling Diddy online for months, most recently going after "Brother Love" for his multiple sexual assault and abuse allegations. It kicked off when Diddy's ex-girlfriend Casandra "Cassie" Ventura dropped a bombshell lawsuit that came with a trigger warning and accused Diddy of sexual assault, rape, and sex trafficking. Although the lawsuit was later settled, Diddy was named in two more lawsuits, with alleged incidents that took place in the 1990s.

Fifty's no stranger to massive television deals, as he's executive produced the Power franchise, Hip-Hop Homicides, BMF and will work on the upcoming Lady Danger animated series, led by Nicki Minaj.

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