Celebrities like 50 Cent, Bobby Shmurda, and others distance themselves from Diddy following release of Cassie assault video

Public distancing from Diddy is gaining momentum in the hip hop community as artists witness the disturbing footage of him assaulting his ex-girlfriend, Cassie Ventura. Some are even demanding immediate consequences for his actions.

50 Cent didn’t respond with his typical humor this time, but instead took a sarcastic dig at Diddy’s legal team for their inevitable defense of their client. He jokingly compared the whole situation to the television show “Maury,” implying that it resembled the drama and conflict often seen on the show.

50 Cent, the renowned rapper from G-Unit, has recently revealed his plans to create a documentary focused on Diddy. This exciting project allows him to step into the dual role of both an observer, as he usually is on social media, and a producer. With his own unique perspective, 50 Cent is undoubtedly set to deliver an intriguing and captivating documentary on Diddy.

Bobby Shmurda expressed his anger towards Diddy for not exercising restraint when it came to Cassie, regardless of the circumstances that led to the incident in the hallway of the L.A. InterContinental Hotel back in 2016.

Bobby makes a clear observation that Diddy’s immense wealth and success should not be used as an excuse for the behavior displayed in the video.

Blueface and The Game’s manager, Wack 100, is deeply angered by the Cassie clip. He went on a verbal tirade against Diddy, expressing his outrage. In fact, he even went as far as calling for prison inmates to physically assault Diddy if he were to ever be incarcerated.

Wack made a strong commitment to ensure that Diddy is completely removed from the culture once and for all!

Grammy Award-winning singer Johntá Austin matched Wack’s energy, while Safaree expressed that the Diddy video left him feeling triggered from childhood, although he didn’t elaborate on the specifics.

The Neighborhood Talk gained a lot of attention when it reposted Diddy’s mysterious caption “Time will tell” earlier this week. Many high-profile supporters showed their support for the post.

Busta Rhymes, Deon Cole, and ‘RHOA’ star Peter Thomas may have some regrets about those comments, or maybe not. However, there are plenty of people who would like to see them at the forefront of the congregation to hear a few words.

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