Wendy Williams’ scathing comments about Diddy resurface. She saw his true colors early on and realized that he was not a good man.

Wendy Williams’ scathing comments about Diddy resurface as rapper is spotted shirtless & laughing in Miami

WENDY Williams’ comments about Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs have resurfaced as the rapper continues to deny sex trafficking allegations.
The former talk show host was always open with her opinion on Combs, whom she notoriously called Puffy, throughout the length of her career.

Wendy Williams' scathing comments about Sean 'Diddy' Combs have resurfaced as the rapper continues to battle sexual abuse and sex trafficking allegations
Wendy Williams’ scathing comments about Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs have resurfaced as the rapper continues to battle sexual abuse and sex trafficking allegationsCredit: AP

Williams has called the rapper out for his behavior since the start of her radio career in the 90s
Williams has called the rapper out for his behavior since the start of her radio career in the 90sCredit: The Mega Agency

The former talk show host previously labeled the producer as manipulative following his breakup with singer Cassie
The former talk show host previously labeled the producer as manipulative following his breakup with singer CassieCredit: Getty

The resurfaced comments come as the rapper has recently been hit with various lawsuits accusing him of sexual abuse and trafficking.

Williams, 59, and Combs, 54, began their rocky relationship nearly three decades ago when Williams would speak about him on her Hot 97 radio show.

In Williams’ book, which she released in 2004, the host claimed Combs “single-handedly tried to ruin” her career.

“The hell he put me through,” she wrote. “I will never forget. But I don’t hate him.”

Combs has not addressed Williams’ words.
She also maintained a “belief” that Combs was behind in a situation that happened in front of her radio station in 2005 while she was hosting her show, The Wendy Williams Experience.
The host said she was almost jumped by Total, a girl group signed to Combs’ record label, Bad Boy Records.
“Once upon a time, there was a music mogul who sent his all-girl group to beat my ass in front of the radio station. Fact!” she said on her show.
However, there was no proof that Combs was actually behind the situation.

NO HOLDING BACK
In 2008, Williams went on to star in her own talk show – The Wendy Williams Show – where she continued to give her opinion on the producer.

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In a 2015 episode, Williams discussed his crazy lifestyle, sharing her belief that he didn’t want to settle down.
“I think he’s leading this playboy lifestyle where he’s got these women in his life… where he’s got them hypnotized,” she said.
After Combs and his ex, Casandra “Cassie” Ventura broke up for good in 2018, Williams called him manipulative after attempting to give him the benefit of the doubt.

“I believe he probably treated her, at some point, like a possession. If you really cared then you’d reach out privately not publicly,” Williams said on her show after Combs attempted to win Ventura back on social media.
Williams and Combs, however, seemed to squash their beef as Combs appeared on her show in 2017.
“I know I piss off a lot of people, including you, but this is a full circle moment,” Williams told Combs as he sat down.
The artist went on to applaud Williams as one of the first hip-hop female journalists.

Williams maintained a 'belief' that Combs was behind her nearly getting jumped by the girl group, Total, who was signed to the rapper's record label
Williams maintained a ‘belief’ that Combs was behind her nearly getting jumped by the girl group, Total, who was signed to the rapper’s record labelCredit: The Mega Agency

The hip-hop mogul was most recently spotted shirtless at his Miami home, where he was seen smoking, drinking wine, and dancing alone
The hip-hop mogul was most recently spotted shirtless at his Miami home, where he was seen smoking, drinking wine, and dancing aloneCredit: The Mega Agency

Both Combs' Miami and Los Angeles homes were raided by federal agents last week after multiple lawsuits were filed against him
Both Combs’ Miami and Los Angeles homes were raided by federal agents last week after multiple lawsuits were filed against himCredit: The Mega Agency
Williams recently resurfaced for the first time in over a year for her new Lifetime documentary, Where is Wendy Williams, after her talk show was canceled in June 2022.
MOST RECENT SPOTTING

As for Combs, the rapper was most recently spotted at his Miami mansion after it was raided by federal agents.
The rapper appeared to be in a good mood as was seen drinking wine, smoking a cigarette, and dancing by himself.
Recent lawsuits against Diddy
Diddy was hit with a wave of lawsuits in late 2023 and early 2024 with allegations of sex trafficking and sexual assault. He has denied all claims against him.
Cassie, Diddy’s longtime girlfriend, sued him in November 2023, claiming she endured “a cycle of abuse, violence, and sex trafficking” until their relationship ended in 2018. Diddy and Cassie settled the suit the day after it was filed.
Diddy was hit with two more lawsuits a week later. Joi Dickerson accused Diddy of drugging and raping her and filming the attack when she was a 19-year-old college student in January 1991.
A second accuser in a separate lawsuit claimed that Diddy and another man sexually assaulted her and a friend in 1990 or 1991 then showed up at her apartment and beat her several days later.
Diddy was sued again in December by a woman who claimed he and two men gang-raped her in 2003 when she was 17 years old.
In February 2024, Rodney ‘Lil Rod’ Jones, who helped produce Diddy’s most recent album, claimed that the mogul sexually harassed, drugged, and threatened him from September 2022 to November 2023 as they worked together.
Combs was photographed shirtless while walking around the pool of his Star Island mansion, wearing only white shorts and a matching bucket hat.

Last week, his Miami and Los Angeles homes were searched as part of a federal investigation into sex trafficking allegations.
At the time of the raids, sources told NBC News that four people were interviewed by Manhattan police over allegations of sexual assault, sex trafficking, and the distribution of illegal narcotics and firearms.
Combs’ attorney, Aaron Dyer, condemned the “unprecedented” raids on Tuesday and said the rapper is innocent despite multiple allegations.
“Yesterday, there was a gross overuse of military-level force as search warrants were executed at Mr. Combs’ residence,” Dyer said.

“There is no excuse for the excessive show of force and hostility exhibited by authorities or the way his children and employees were treated.”
ALLEGATIONS AGAINST COMBS
The raids came a few months after Combs’ ex, Ventura, accused him of sexually abusing and assaulting her throughout their lengthy relationship.
Ventura claimed she endured “a cycle of abuse, violence, and sex trafficking.”
Combs said he “did not do any of the awful things being alleged,” and the two were able to settle the lawsuit a day after it was filed.

Around the same time, another lawsuit accused Combs of gang-raping a 17-year-old girl in 2003.
In February, a music producer filed another lawsuit alleging the Hello Good Morning rapper coerced him to solicit prostitutes and have sex with them.
Combs denied all allegations, and his lawyer, Shawn Holley, said there was “overwhelming, indisputable proof” that the claims were “complete lies.”

Combs' lawyer said the raids were 'unprecedented' and claimed there was a 'gross overuse of military-level force' used
Combs’ lawyer said the raids were ‘unprecedented’ and claimed there was a ‘gross overuse of military-level force’ usedCredit: The Mega Agency

Combs' ex previously filed a lawsuit against him for a cycle of abuse, violence, and sex trafficking during their 10-year relationship
Combs’ ex previously filed a lawsuit against him for a cycle of abuse, violence, and sex trafficking during their 10-year relationshipCredit: AP

Combs and his lawyers have continued to deny allegations as others have filed lawsuits against the rapper in recent weeks
Combs and his lawyers have continued to deny allegations as others have filed lawsuits against the rapper in recent weeksCredit: AFP

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