American rapper, actor, television producer, and businessman Curtis James Jackson III, known professionally as 50 Cent has stated that proceeds from his upcoming documentary about Sean “Diddy” Combs’ alleged misdeeds will go to victims of sexual violence.
This follows the recent fourth sexual assault claim leveled against the Bad Boy Records founder.
In a recent tweet, the In da Club hitmaker said, “I can confirm that the untitled Diddy documentary is in development through G-Unit Film and Television with Curtis ’50 Cent’ Jackson serving as Executive Producer,” a spokesperson for Jackson and G-Unit Film/TV said in a statement to Billboard on Thursday.
“Proceeds from this documentary that G-Unit Film & Television receives will go to victims of sexual assault and rape. WTF at some point, you gotta just do the right thing.”
50 Cents posted footage of former Bad Boy musician Mark Curry stating that Combs drugged bottles of booze that would be delivered solely to ladies at events the mogul was holding on social media.
Diddy’s representative has yet to respond to Billboard’s request for comment on 50’s post or the documentary project.
Jackson launched his documentary hours after the news that a fourth woman had filed suit against Combs, accusing Diddy of an alleged gang rape that happened in Diddy’s New York recording studio in 2003 when she was 17.
The graphic details of Combs’ latest filing come just weeks after he settled a lawsuit filed by former girlfriend singer Cassie Ventura, who claimed years of alleged violent physical abuse and rape, including forcing her to “engage in sex acts with male sex workers” while Combs watched.