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Diddy has cleared his entire Instagram account, Cassie's video statement removed

Diddy has deleted every post from his 19.9 million Instagram page, including a video in which he apologized for a 2016 assault on ex-girlfriend Cassie.

Sean "Diddy" Combs removes Cassie apology video, sexual assault lawsuit statement and everything else from Instagram

Diddy combs' deletes Cassie Ventura apology and all Instagram posts amid pending allegations.

On Thursday (June 20), People noticed the Bad Boy Records founder deleted all posts from his Instagram account earlier this week.

The music mogul has scrubbed his instagram, including his response to the release of surveillance footage showing him assaulting Cassie in 2016.

As of this writing, Diddy's IG, the bio of which still directs visitors to the Bad Boy Records founder's most recent studio album, is entirely cleared of all prior updates. Included in this wipe, among other updates, are Diddy’s video statement in response to the release of the aforementioned surveillance footage, as well as a text statement he shared months earlier.

However, his posts uploaded to X/Twitter, including his December 2023 post declaring that “Enough is enough,” remain untouched.


Cassie accused Diddy of rape, sexual assault and more in a sprawling lawsuit in November. The two parties would settle the dispute less than 24 hours and terms were not disclosed. CNN shared a March 2016 video last month that saw Diddy physically abusing Cassie outside an L.A. hotel elevator bank and dragging her across the floor.

Following the backlash from the leaked footage and the myriad of sexual misconduct lawsuits piling up at Diddy’s desk, NYC Mayor Adams had the decorated music executive return the key to New York City he had been awarded. It’s the first time that an honoree has been requested to return the key.

The mayor’s office said Sean Combs returned the key after Adams sent letters to his offices in New York and California on June 4. City Hall received the key June 10. “I strongly condemn these actions and stand in solidarity with all survivors of domestic and gender-based violence,” Adams wrote in a letter.


Check out Diddy's apology and statement that were scrubbed from his IG page below.


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