Diddy Rejects Sexual Assault Allegations, Declares ‘Enough is Enough’

Sean “Diddy” Combs, the rapper and founder of Bad Boy Records, took to Instagram on Wednesday (Dec. 6) to address recent allegations against him. In a firm statement, he declared, “ENOUGH IS ENOUGH,” expressing frustration at attempts to tarnish his character and legacy. Diddy vehemently denied the accusations, emphasizing his commitment to defending his name, family, and the truth.

The controversy began when his ex-girlfriend, Cassie, filed a lawsuit in November, alleging over a decade of violent behavior and disturbing demands. The complaint detailed physical attacks and coercive actions, including claims of being forced into sex acts with male sex workers. Despite a settlement in the initial case, two other women later sued Combs, alleging sexual abuse.

On Dec. 6, a fourth woman filed a lawsuit accusing Diddy of involvement in her “sex trafficking” and “gang rape” in 2003 when she was 17. Former Bad Boy Records president Harve Pierre was also implicated. Pierre has not yet commented on the matter. Diddy’s statement addressing these accusations is provided below.



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