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    50 Cent mocks TMZ for using an unflattering “fat boy” picture of him on a news cover

    Looks like 50 Cent and Diddy are at it again, but this time, Fif’s got a whole documentary to sling shade with. The beef started on Monday when TMZ posted a not-so-flattering picture of 50 Cent to announce his upcoming Diddy docuseries, “Diddy Do It?” 50 Cent, the social media shark of all sharks, couldn’t resist taking his shot. He fired back, writing,

    “TMZ use this fat boy picture of me because there doc went to Tubi LOL 😏it’s ok guys we’re all making great television mines just happens to be the best! NETFLIX wins the bidding war but if more victims keep coming out 🤷🏽‍♂️I’m gonna need more episodes. ��”

    This beef ain’t new, folks. This beef between 50 Cent and Diddy goes way back to almost two decades, ever since 50 Cent’s diss track “The Bomb” came out in 2006. That song threw some serious shade Diddy’s way, asserting that he knows the person responsible for the murder of the Notorious B.I.G.

    Now that Diddy is currently embroiled in an avalanche of legal troubles, including allegations of sexual assault and sex trafficking, it seems like 50 Cent just couldn’t help but turn up the heat. Diddy’s son, King Combs, even jumped into the fray with a diss track of his own few days earlier!

    The new documentary from 50 Cent probably will expose a lot of very serious allegations against diddy. Among other things, this documentary goes head-first into detailing the sexual assault allegations against the man Diddy, giving a platform for the victims. Remember that old accusation by Crystal McKinney in 2003? This just might be the turning point for those women. This is more than reigniting an old feud, although, truth be told, part of it is for the fun to see 50 Cent this way. It’s about getting a voice to the people who don’t have one. Sexual assault is serious, and “Diddy Do It?” could be something in raising awareness and making a change.

    Oh, and then there was a threadbare, old streaming-service face-off. There’d been a bit of a bidding war over the 50 Cent documentary show and Netflix came out on top of the rumors that TMZ’s streaming service, Tubi, had shown interest. Who wouldn’t want to watch a show produced by 50 Cent?

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