Wednesday, December 6, 2023

Diddy Denies Fourth Sexual Assault Claim as 50 Cent Drops Shocking Documentary Bombshell

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Diddy finds himself under fire once again, as a fourth woman comes forward with accusations of sexual assault. The Bad Boy founder took to social media to vehemently deny the allegations, declaring, "ENOUGH IS ENOUGH" and asserting his innocence amidst what he perceives as character assassination.
The latest accuser claims to be a victim of a "gang rape" orchestrated by Diddy and others in 2003 when she was just 17 years old. The shocking revelation adds to the already complex web of legal troubles facing the music mogul, who recently settled a lawsuit filed by singer and ex-girlfriend Cassie under the New York State Adult Survivors Act.
Cassie's lawsuit, which accused him of physical and sexual abuse, was swiftly settled, with Diddy's lawyer emphasizing that the resolution should not be seen as an admission of guilt. Despite the settlement, two more accusers followed suit, alleging incidents dating back to 1991 and adding further layers to the controversy surrounding Combs.
Amidst these serious allegations, hip-hop icon 50 Cent has seized the opportunity to shed light on the unfolding drama. The rap mogul announced that his production company is working on a documentary focused on the myriad of sexual assault accusations against Diddy. In a teaser shared on Instagram, former Bad Boy Records rapper Mark Curry makes shocking claims about Diddy spiking bottles of alcohol at parties, only serving them to unsuspecting women.

The documentary, yet untitled, aims not only to expose the allegations but also to contribute to a cause larger than the controversy itself. 50 Cent declared that the proceeds from the documentary will go to victims of sexual assault and rape. In a statement, a representative for Curtis Jackson & G-Unit Film and TV confirmed the documentary's development, solidifying 50 Cent's commitment to supporting the victims.

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