List of Celebrities Unfollowing Diddy as Assault Video Surfaces

  • May 23, 2024
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List of Celebrities Unfollowing Diddy as Assault Video Surfaces

Diddy, the iconic hip-hop mogul, is facing a social media firestorm after a disturbing video emerged online. The footage, reportedly from 2016, appears to show Diddy (real name Sean Combs) physically assaulting his former girlfriend, singer Cassie. This has triggered a wave of unfollowing from several high-profile celebrities.

The video, which has gone viral, allegedly depicts Diddy attacking Cassie in a Los Angeles hotel hallway. The graphic nature of the incident has shocked fans and ignited conversations about domestic violence and accountability.

In response to the video, several celebrities have publicly distanced themselves from Diddy by unfollowing him on social media. This list includes prominent figures like:

  • Steph Curry: The Golden State Warriors star unfollowed Diddy on both Instagram and Twitter.
  • Yung Miami: The City Girls rapper, previously rumored to be romantically linked to Diddy, has also unfollowed him on Instagram.
  • Meek Mill: The Philadelphia rapper, a longtime collaborator of Diddy, has removed Diddy from his following list.
  • LeBron James: The Los Angeles Lakers basketball superstar has also unfollowed Diddy on Instagram.

This exodus of high-profile figures sends a strong message about the seriousness of the accusations against Diddy.

It remains to be seen if Diddy will address the video publicly or face any legal repercussions. However, the damage to his public image appears significant.

The situation surrounding Diddy highlights the importance of speaking out against domestic violence. Here are some resources that can provide help and support:

  • Crisis Text Line: Text HOME to 741741

The unfollowing of Diddy by celebrities underscores the power of social media to hold public figures accountable. It also serves as a stark reminder of the prevalence of domestic violence and the need for continued awareness and support for victims.




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