Diddy’s presence on Yung Miami’s upcoming BET reality show has reportedly been scrapped amid the ongoing sexual assault lawsuits against the Bad Boy founder. The decision comes as scenes featuring Puff Daddy were initially intended to provide a closer look into his relationship with Yung Miami. However, producers are said to be replacing Diddy’s footage with other content.
Yung Miami, currently on hiatus from her Caresha Please podcast, will now shift her focus to the unnamed reality show, slated for a BET debut later this year, although an exact release date is still pending.
Diddy has been entangled in a series of legal battles, including a lawsuit filed by his ex-girlfriend Cassie, accusing him of rape, domestic abuse, and sex trafficking during their decade-long relationship. The pair settled the lawsuit amicably within 24 hours, but the terms were not disclosed, with Diddy’s attorney emphasizing that the settlement was not an admission of wrongdoing.
Subsequent lawsuits have emerged, alleging rape and sexual assault dating back to the early 1990s. Diddy vehemently denies all accusations, stating on social media that he will fight for his name, family, and the truth.
Following the allegations, Diddy stepped down as chairman of Revolt, the media network he founded in 2013, to prevent distraction from the network’s mission and success. Additionally, Hulu dropped plans for a reality series, Diddy+7, based on the music mogul and his children.