The fallout from sexual assault allegations against Sean “Diddy” Combs continues as plans for his family reality show, titled Diddy+7, have been abruptly canceled. The series, which was in development at Hulu, was set to follow the life of the Bad Boy Entertainment CEO and his seven children. However, recent accusations have prompted the streaming platform to drop the show.
Diddy faces serious legal challenges following accusations made by multiple women, including his former longtime partner Casandra “Cassie” Ventura. Ventura filed a lawsuit alleging rape and assault over a decade, which was settled the following day with Diddy denying any wrongdoing. Subsequently, other accusers, including Joi Dickerson-Neal and two Jane Does, have come forward with similar claims.
In response to the allegations, Diddy vehemently denies any wrongdoing, stating, “ENOUGH IS ENOUGH.” He asserts that the accusations aim to assassinate his character and reputation, emphasizing his commitment to fighting for his name, family, and the truth.
The impact of the allegations extends beyond personal matters, affecting Diddy’s business ventures. Eighteen companies have reportedly terminated partnerships with Diddy’s e-commerce platform, Empower Global. This platform, founded by Diddy in 2021 to support Black-owned businesses, has seen a significant fallout as businesses, including House of Takura and Nuudii System, sever ties in response to the serious allegations.