Hulu & Other Production Houses Planning Diddy Documentaries


Hulu & Other Production Houses Planning Diddy Documentaries

Sean “Diddy” Combs finds himself entangled in legal turmoil as he potentially faces federal charges, accompanied by a looming threat to his public image. The founder of Bad Boy Entertainment is now under the scrutiny of both the law and public opinion.

Following a raid on his properties in Los Angeles and Miami on March 25, TMZ reports multiple production companies, including one linked with Hulu, have reached out to individuals associated with Diddy. This surge in interest seems to stem from the unfolding saga surrounding the rapper’s legal troubles, hinting at a possible documentary delving into his potential downfall.

Should Hulu proceed with producing a documentary on the allegations against Diddy, it would mark another blow after the platform axed his reality show, Diddy+7, back in December 2023. Previous documentaries tackling allegations of sexual misconduct, like “Surviving R. Kelly” and “On the Record,” have significantly influenced public perception of the accused figures.


Authorities from the Department of Homeland Security executed search warrants issued by the Southern District of New York to access Diddy’s residences on both coasts. Reports indicate that federal officials are delving into potential sex trafficking charges against the 54-year-old music mogul.

As of now, Diddy has not faced any criminal charges, but he’s contending with several civil lawsuits filed against him. Notably, music producer Rodney “Lil Rod” Jones has accused Combs of sexual assault. Additionally, Diddy’s ex-girlfriend Cassie Ventura lodged a lawsuit in 2023, alleging rape, abuse, and sex trafficking during their relationship, a case that was resolved out of court with an undisclosed settlement. Combs vehemently denies any involvement in sexual misconduct.

Diddy’s legal team has vocally criticized the Department of Homeland Security’s approach to the investigation, particularly condemning the use of force during the home raids. Attorney Aaron Dyer labeled the actions of federal officials as “a gross overuse of military-level force,” underscoring the contentious nature of the ongoing legal battle.

Diddy’s friend Stevie J is defending the mogul and has displayed a video that shows in his opinion on what truly goes on at these Diddy parties.


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Among the guests … Kobe Bryant, Dr. Dre, Jay-Z, Mary J. Blige, Kim and Khloe Kardashian, Kylie Jenner, Post Malone, Naomi Campbell, Cardi B, Big Sean, Travis Scott, The Weeknd, Kanye West, Jaden Smith, Snoop Dogg, Queen Latifah, Kevin Hart, MGK, and on and on.

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