Sean “P Diddy” Combs is being accused of dating a guy once more. We found out that The Fat Jew, a well-known podcaster, is going public with his story.

We’ve heard that The Fat Jew has been telling the same story about Diddy and DJ Housecat for five years now. There have been no changes to the facts in all that time, which Media Take Out has not been able to confirm on its own.

The Fat Jew said on a podcast over the weekend that he supposedly went to a party at Diddy’s house and saw Diddy reportedly “hooking up” with DJ Housecat.

The Fat Jew says that he saw the two guys “spooning” and hugging when he is asked to give more details. He also says that the two guys looked like they were high and were drinking Hennessy with the House DJ.

Pay attention:

He’s been telling this story for years. This video from 2008 shows The Fat Jew telling the same story. At the time, he seemed sure of what he saw.

When he told this story for the first time, it was hard to believe. But now that Diddy has been sued recently, his claims are getting viral.

Diddy is an American rapper, record producer, and boss in the music business. Combs was born and raised in Harlem. Before starting his own record label, Bad Boy Records, in 1993, he worked as a talent head at Uptown Records. Some musicians, like the Notorious B.I.G., Mary J. Blige, and Usher, say that Combs helped them get started and grow.

Combs became well-known as a music artist when he became the Notorious B.I.G.’s label boss and manager. Combs’ first studio album, No Way Out (1997), came out in the wake of his unsolved death and was praised by critics. It reached the top of the Billboard 200 and was certified seven times platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). Its two hits before it, “Can’t Nobody Hold Me Down” (featuring Mase) and “I’ll Be Missing You” (featuring Faith Evans and 112) both reached the top of the Billboard Hot 100. “I’ll Be Missing You” was the first hip hop song to do so. His second and third albums, Forever (1999) and The Saga Continues… (2001), both peaked at number two on the Billboard 200, even though they got mixed reviews. His fourth album, Press Play (2006), went straight to the top of the charts again. Combs put together the band Diddy – Dirty Money with R&B singers Kalenna Harper and Dawn Richard to release the album Last Train to Paris (2010). The album peaked at number seven and had the song “Coming Home” featuring Skylar Grey. His fifth studio record, The Love record: Off the Grid (2023), wasn’t a huge hit, and it was the first one that wasn’t put out by his own Bad Boy label.

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