In the aftermath of Diddy’s swift settlement of the lawsuit filed by his ex-girlfriend Cassie, former protégée Aubrey O’Day is not holding back, criticizing both the hip-hop mogul and the U.S. justice system. The lawsuit, which accused Diddy of ‘rape’ and ‘repeated physical abuse over about a decade,’ was resolved in a single day, with no details of the settlement disclosed. O’Day, taking to her Instagram Stories, shared an article about the settlement, expressing her frustration at the influence of money on the justice system.
O’Day’s post reflects her belief that the system failed, suggesting that Diddy likely used financial means to quickly end the lawsuit and avoid negative publicity. She highlighted an article featuring three former protégées of Diddy who spoke out about the allegations and the rapid settlement. Diddy’s legal troubles began when Cassie accused him of controlling and abusing her for over a decade, involving drug use, physical assault, and coercing her into sexual encounters with male prostitutes.
While Diddy’s attorney, Ben Brafman, emphasized that the settlement doesn’t imply wrongdoing on Diddy’s part, O’Day remains critical, insinuating that money played a significant role in the resolution. The singer, known for her time on Diddy’s ‘Making the Band 3’ and as part of the girl group Danity Kane, has a history of speaking out about Diddy’s unwanted advances and questionable business practices.
As the controversy surrounding Diddy continues to unfold, Aubrey O’Day is using her platform to shed light on what she perceives as flaws in the justice system, questioning the impact of wealth on legal outcomes. The aftermath of the lawsuit settlement has reignited discussions about power dynamics in the entertainment industry and the broader implications of settling high-profile cases outside the courtroom.
Derek Chan – Editor