A video of R&B star Usher talking about his life with “rap mogul” Diddy when he was 13 has been shared again on social networks. This happened after the US Department of Homeland Security searched Diddy’s homes in Los Angeles and Miami.

The American Usher sings, writes songs, and dances to R&B. Picture: X

According to news outlets around the world, when rapper Diddy (also known as Puff Daddy; his real name is Sean Combs) is accused of se’xual attack, harassment, and prostitution, he started to get attention again.

At one point in 2016, the male singer talked on Usher’s Howard Stern Show about the year he lived with Diddy when he was 13.

After Usher got a recording deal with LA Reid, who is said to have sent him to live with Diddy in New York for a year, the two met.

While he was living with Diddy, Usher called the place “Puffy Flavor Camp” and said it was “pretty wild.”

“I went there to see how people lived, and I did.” It was hard for me to figure out what I was seeing. “It was pretty crazy and wild,” Usher says.

In the beginning of his journey, Usher worked with Diddy. Picture: Fox News

Many people who watch this movie think that Diddy may have also abused Usher as a child, since Usher was only 13 years old at the time.

During the exchange, when asked, “You’re a dad now,” When asked, “Would you ever send your child to Puffy Camp? “, Usher answered straight out, “Absolutely not.”

At least four people have sued rapper Diddy for 𝓁𝓍𝓍 in the past few months.

Cassie, the artist who used to date Diddy, sued him in November 2023 for rape she says they did together from 2005 to 2018.

In December of that year, a woman made a complaint against Diddy, saying, “Puff Daddy s’exually assaulted me when I was 17 years old 20 years ago” and “Puff Daddy took part in the gang rape of a teenager 20 years ago.”

A man who used to work with Puff Daddy and is now known as Lil Rod also sued the male rapper for s’exual attack.

The US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and the US Department of Homeland Security (HSI) searched and stopped two buildings owned by American rapper Diddy in Los Angeles and Miami on March 25. Look it over.

Fox News was told by a US official that the raids on Diddy’s house were part of “a federal tr’afficking investigation.”

At the moment, Diddy rejects all the claims.

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