Mark Wahlberg caused a stir in a recent interview when he talked openly about his time working in the music business and his contacts with P Diddy.

Wahlberg talked about being upset about missed chances and said that he was hesitant at first to fully enter Diddy’s world.

Wahlberg’s comments come at a crucial time, as probes into different claims against P Diddy are still going on, including recent Homeland Security raids on his homes.

Many people think that Wahlberg’s decision to leave the music business was affected by Diddy and the allegedly shady things he saw, which made him want to work in movies instead.

These claims fit with a larger story about Diddy, who is accused of using up-and-coming artists for his own gain and has been sued by several women who say he abused them and exploited them.

Met Costume Institute Gala with Rei Kawakubo and Comme des Garçons: Art of the In-Between – Arrivals in New York City, U.S. on January 5, 2017 with Sean “Diddy” Combs. Reuters and Lucas Jackson
Even though Diddy has denied it, the scandal involving him has made people really wonder about the morality of the entertainment business.

Wahlberg’s choice to stay away from the music business, especially in light of the Diddy scandal, shows that people are worried about the entertainment industry’s honesty and morals in general.

As the investigation into Diddy’s activities goes on, Wahlberg’s statements show how hard it can be for artists to make their way in the sometimes confusing world of show business. Keep an eye on this story to see what happens next.

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