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feeling like P. Diddy. Kesha appeared to cut her Sean “Diddy” Combs reference in her hit 2009 song “Tik Tok” in the wake of singer Cassie’s lawsuit accusing her ex of rape and abuse.
The song’s opening line begins with, “Wake up in the morning feeling like P. Diddy.” However, during a performance in Oakland, California, on Friday, Kesha, 36, sang: “Wake up in the morning feeling just like me.”Cassie, whose real name is Casandra Ventura, filed an explosive lawsuit against Combs, 54, on Thursday, which they’ve since settled. According to Cassie’s federal lawsuit, Combs allegedly trafficked, raped and viciously beat her throughout their on-and-off 13-year relationship.
The exes met in 2005 when Cassie was 19 and Combs was 37, and they officially went their separate ways in 2018. “After years in silence and darkness, I am finally ready to tell my story, and to speak up on behalf of myself and for the benefit of other women who face violence and abuse in their relationships,” Cassie said in a statement. The lawsuit claimed that Combs repeatedly gave Cassie drugs and alcohol and forced her to have sex with sex workers while he filmed, directed and masturbated to the encounters.
According to the lawsuit, Cassie was told by Combs in 2016 that her single would not see the light of day if she left him. The “Me & U” singer revealed that she attempted to escape Combs several times but returned due to the hip-hop legend allegedly threatening to tank her career. Combs’ attorney, Ben Brafman, released a statement on the rapper’s behalf shortly after, saying he “vehemently denies these offensive and outrageous allegations.” He also alleged that Cassie had been asking Combs for $30 million “under the threat of writing a damaging book.
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after being mysteriously sued by his longtime collaborator Daryl Hall.On his social media channels, Oates, 75, posted a Thanksgiving message Thursday preaching “a more compassionate and supportive world.”“During this time of communal reflection and connection with loved ones, let’s not forget those experiencing challenges globally,” the Hall & Oates musician wrote. “As we come together, consider reaching out to support those in need—whether through local charities or international humanitarian initiatives.
recently filed a lawsuit and was granted a temporary restraining order against band co-member John Oates — played a concert that was chock-full of the duo’s hit singles on Nov. 23.Hall, 77, performed at the Tokyo Garden Theater in Japan, per Variety. According to the outlet, he sang classics such as “Out of Touch,” “I Can’t Go for That (No Can Do)” and “Private Eyes.”Earlier this month, Hall and his organization, the Daryl Hall Revocable Trust, filed a lawsuit against Oates, 75, and Oates’ trust, the John W.
Warning: This article contains details and accusations of sexual and physical abuseSean ‘Diddy’ Combs has been accused of drugging, sexually assaulting and more in a new lawsuit, filed in the Manhattan Supreme Court on Thursday (November 23).The new lawsuit, filed by Joi Dickerson-Neal, alleges that Combs had “intentionally” drugged and sexually assaulted Dickerson-Neal in 1991 when she was a student at Syracuse University, per CNN and Rolling Stone. The suit also alleges that Combs had filmed the alleged incident, and that he showed the video to other people in an act of “revenge porn”.Dickerson-Neal reportedly “reluctantly agreed” to have dinner with Combs at a restaurant in Harlem and that he “pushed” for her to keep him company afterward.
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Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs’ recent appearance on The Graham Norton Show has resurfaced following abuse allegations by singer Cassie.Diddy made an appearance on the BBC chat show just days before his ex, real name Cassandra Ventura, filed a lawsuit accusing him of rape and physical abuse. On Saturday (November 18), the lawsuit was settled one day after it was formally filed.A clip from the show, which aired on November 10, has since circulated on social media where Diddy explains why he’s changed his name to ‘Love’.After running through his past names across “different eras”, like Puff Daddy and P Diddy, the rapper said: “Now, this is the ultimate goal, I have become Love.”When Norton asks if he should call him Love, Diddy replies: “See, this is where it gets confusing.
Kesha is making a change to her song “Tik Tok” following Cassie‘s lawsuit against Sean “Diddy” Combs.
Kesha has dropped Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs‘ name from her live performances of ‘TiK ToK’ after the rapper was accused of rape and sexual abuse in a lawsuit last week.While performing recently, Kesha swapped out the original “Wake up in the morning feeling like P. Diddy” lyric in ‘TiK ToK’ to “Wake up in the morning feeling just like me” – see footage of the lyric-swap below.Kesha replaced the “P. Diddy” lyric during her performance of “Tik Tok” at her concert.
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11-year on-and-off relationship came to a halt. On Thursday, the “Honey 3: Dare to Dance” actress, whose real name is Casandra Ventura, accused the Bad Boy Records founder of rape, physical abuse and sexual assault in a bombshell lawsuit.“After years in silence and darkness, I am finally ready to tell my story, and to speak up on behalf of myself and for the benefit of other women who face violence and abuse in their relationships,” she said in a statement via her lawyers on Nov.
Sean "Diddy" Coombs has been hit with claims of rape and abuse by his ex-girlfriend Cassandra Ventura, who says he began targeting her when she was just 19 years old. Recording artist, model and actress Cassandra, better known as Cassie in the US, has filed a civil lawsuit against P Diddy where she alleges the abuse, although the rapper has strongly denied the claims.
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Oklahoma!But soon after, the school’s principal called Hightower’s father to inform him of a new district policy.“He said we’re instituting a new policy where only males can play males, and only females can play females,” Phillip Hightower told Dallas-Fort Worth NBC affiliate KXAS-TV.The elder Hightower was “devastated” by the decision, noting that Max has never been treated differently because of his gender identity — until now.Aside from being absurd — cross-gender casting has been a reality in the theater world dating back centuries — the school district’s purported policy will likely prove logistically difficult if it tries to avoid cross-gender casting, in part because there’s frequently a dearth of males in high school production casting pools.Illustrating that point, the sudden policy change also reportedly cost several other cast members their roles, according to the New York Post.Max Hightower’s adult sister, Gracie, recounted the events involving her brother, writing that some female students cast as “cowboys” were told they could not participate in the play due to the school district’s decision to intervene in casting.“Many opportunities were ripped away from kids not for bad grades, not for bad behavior, not for attendance, but for something that has absolutely nothing to do with the production whatsoever,” she wrote.A group of parents, including Phillip Hightower, plan to appeal the decision to the school board. “I’m not an activist.