50 Cent’s baby momma Daphne Joy speaks out as she was named as a s** worker in the multi-million dollar lawsuit being brought against hip hop icon Diddy by a music producer.

50 Cent’s baby momma Daphne Joy is named as Diddy’s ‘s:e:x WORKER’ in bombshell lawsuit from ex-employee… shedding new light on bitter rift between the rappers

50 Cent’s former girlfriend and mother to one of his children was named as a s:e:x worker in the multi-million dollar lawsuit being brought against hip hop icon Diddy by a music producer.

When news broke earlier this week of a ‘military level force’ raid related to a s:e:x trafficking probe on Diddy’s homes, 50 Cent, real name Curtis Jackson was the only major music figure to speak out about the shocking development.

Diddy is subject to multiple s:e:xual assault lawsuits including one from producer Rodney ‘Lil Rod’ Jones. In that suit, Jones accuses Daphne Joy, who dated 50 Cent between 2011 and 2012 of being someone who Diddy regularly paid for s:e:x.

In 2012, Joy, a prominent OnlyFans model, gave birth to her and 50 Cent’s son, Sire, now 11. When the couple broke up, Joy accused him of being physically abusive, something the singer known as ‘Fiddy’ denied.

Since then, 50 Cent has regularly commented on a purported relationship between Diddy and Joy.

The Get Rich or Die Tryin’ star has also been outspoken in his social media commentary on his rival rapper and the surge of lawsuits threatening to destroy the Diddy’s empire.

‘Now it’s not Diddy do it, it’s Diddy done they don’t come like that unless they got a case,’ 50 Cent, real name Curtis Jackson, tweeted, this week. The In Da Club singer has also promised to finance a documentary on the allegations.

The accusations are contained in the 73-page lawsuit filed by Rodney Jones, one of Combs’s former record producers, who claims that Combs subjected him to a year of groping and ‘constant unsolicited touching of his anus’.

He says he was ordered to recruit prostitutes and have s:e:x with them for the star’s pleasure, and has hundreds of hours of video documenting Combs’s ‘serious illegal activity’, between 2022 and 2023.

He claims that underage girls and s:e:x workers were guests at the star’s house parties and that he saw the star drug their drinks.

And he says he himself was drugged in February last year before waking up naked, dizzy and confused in bed with Combs and two s:e:x workers, and fearing he may have been raped.

Four of Combs’ staff were tasked with paying most the s:e:x workers in cash, but in one explosive passage Jones claims that ‘Yung Miami, Jade, and Daphne Joy were paid a monthly fee to work as Mr Combs’ s:e:x workers and received payment via wire transfer.’

The Philippines-born Joy, 37, rose to fame with roles in Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides, Setup and the TV movie Venice Heat.

She began dating Jackson in 2011 and their son was born in September 2012, winning a $700,000 contract to be the face of children’s headphones company Kidz Safe, while still a toddler.

While relations between the two men may have deteriorated since Joy was named in the lawsuit, the pair have repeatedly sniped at each other since Jackson released a track in 2006 claiming that Combs knew who shot and killed rap pioneer The Notorious BIG in 1997.

In 2010 Combs described Jackson as a ‘hating ass crap’, and in December last year Jackson said he was making a documentary about the s:e:xual-assault allegations against Combs.

‘I can confirm that the untitled Diddy documentary is in development through G-Unit Film and Television with Curtis ’50 Cent’ Jackson serving as Executive Produce,’ a spokesperson for the rapper and G-Unit Film/TV confirmed in a statement shared with Billboard.

‘Proceeds from this documentary that G-Unit Film & Television receives will go to victims of s:e:xual assault and rape.’

Helicopters circled overhead as armed agents entered his homes, carrying dozens of bags and boxes of evidence including a ‘number’ of electronic devices.

Combs was not in either of his homes at the time but two of his sons, Justin and King Combs, were and Jackson watched in amazement as footage of the two in zip-ties played out on TV.

‘S*** just got real the Fed’s in all the cribs, damn they got the kids in cuffs,’ he tweeted.

Tanika Ray, who was formerly a backup dancer for Diddy, claimed to have experienced a ‘horrific’ incident while in his employ in the mid-1990s in an Instagram post from Wednesday.

‘You know, we all have stories,’ Ray said while filming herself in closeup. ‘Seriously, we all have stories.’

‘Mine is horrific and only five people know it, and I probably will never tell it,’ she continued. ‘But since then, I’ve been like, ‘Yup,” she added.

Yung Miami, who Jones named alongside Joy as one of Combs’ salaried s:e:x workers is also accused of having ‘transported pink cocaine for him’.

The City Girls rapper, also known as Caresha Romeka Brownlee, is accused of transporting the Class A drug to a music festival in Virginia from Combs’ Miami home.

Combs has not been convicted of any offence and in November settled a bombshell rape lawsuit brought by R&B singer Cassie after she accused him of subjecting her to savage beatings, drug-addled hotel orgies and rape.

In February he was forced to deny gang-raping a 17-year-old girl in his Manhattan recording studio in the early 1990s, claiming a photograph of her sitting in his lap ‘isn’t accurate’.

Joi Dickerson-Neal claimed that Combs drugged and s:e:xually assaulted her while she was a psychology students at Syracuse University in January 1991 – alleging that he also filmed the attack.

And Liza Gardner filed a second lawsuit claiming Combs and R&B singer Aaron Hall s:e:xually assaulted her at Hall’s apartment in 1990 or 1991.

While performing at a rescheduled concert in Phoenix, 50 Cent jokingly said to the crowd that they were not showing him love.

‘We don’t want too much love, you know what happened with Brother Love and s***,’ he said on March 3, according to Complex, referring to a nickname Diddy adopted in 2017.

He had also dug up and posted a 2007 video of Diddy patting Jay-Z’s behind on stage during a concert.

When Diddy stepped down from his TV network Revolt, 50 Cent jokingly offered to buy and take over the media company.

On December 3, 2023, he also shared a bizarre edit with Diddy and R. Kelly’s faces merged together to the disgraced musician’s 1998 song Did You Ever Think.

Following that post, he commented in a post with a screenshot of a New York Times article questioning if Combs would survive the current wave of accusations.

‘No he will be fine,’ he wrote, according to XXL Magazine. ‘He has so much money, when his corporate partners pull out. He will just reach in his pockets and make it happen. You saw how fast he paid Cassie. He’s a real Billionaire, he has f*** you money guys, so f*** you!’

Combs has denied all the allegations against him, saying ‘enough is enough’.

‘Let me be absolutely clear: I did not do any of the awful things being alleged. I will fight for my name, my family and for the truth,’ said in a statement in December.

And his lawyers have been scathing about Jones’s $30 million lawsuit targeting Combs, his son Justin, record boss Ethiopia Habtemariam, and the record labels they worked for.

Attorney, Shawn Holley, dismissed ‘Lil Rod’ as ‘nothing more than a liar’, who is in it for the money.

‘His reckless name-dropping about events that are pure fiction and simply did not happen is nothing more than a transparent attempt to garner headlines,’ Holley added.

‘We have overwhelming, indisputable proof that his claims are complete lies.

‘Our attempts to share this proof with Mr. Jones’ attorney, Tyrone Blackburn, have been ignored, as Mr Blackburn refuses to return our calls.

‘We will address these outlandish allegations in court and take all appropriate action against those who make them.’

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