As the fallout from Cassie’s lawsuit against Diddy continues, a shocking twist has emerged with unconfirmed reports implicating renowned pastor Bishop T.D. Jakes in a scandalous email that has sent shockwaves through social media.
The controversy erupted on TikTok when user JusNene brought attention to a new rumor related to Cassie’s legal battle against Diddy. The speculation, which surfaced amid allegations of sex trafficking and abuse, suggests that Cassie turned in a burner phone belonging to Diddy’s ex and the mother of his children, Kim Porter, to the police.
The rumor gained traction from a YouTube video by TUFF NEWS TV, claiming that Cassie provided evidence, including exclusive video and audio recordings, of Diddy’s alleged “sex parties” involving powerful figures in the industry. The video further asserted that Bishop T.D. Jakes, a prominent pastor, was involved in these events.
According to the unconfirmed email, Jakes was accused of engaging in inappropriate activities at Diddy’s parties, with specific allegations from a victim who claimed to have been assaulted by Jakes at the age of 16. The victim reportedly stated that the incident was hushed up through hush money paid to the family. The family eventually left Jakes’ megachurch, The Potter’s House, in 2015.
The video also suggested that Kim Porter, Diddy’s late ex-girlfriend, was aware of Jakes’ alleged indiscretions and hinted at a darker side of Diddy’s practices. Porter’s untimely death in 2018 raised suspicions, with speculations that it might be linked to the alleged revelations she was planning to expose in a memoir.
The email concluded with startling claims about Jakes’ past, alleging that he had been accused of sexual assault in 1983 and that incidents involving threats to expose him mysteriously ended with the individuals disappearing or meeting tragic ends. As these unverified allegations circulate online, they add a new layer of complexity to the ongoing controversies surrounding Diddy and his associates. It remains to be seen how these claims will impact the individuals involved and whether they will be substantiated.
Derek Chan – Editor