Rape and assault allegations against 50 Cent: Ex-girlfriend speaks out

The music industry is reeling from a scandal involving Puff Daddy, with allegations of prostitution, drug abuse, and armed assault spreading to other celebrities. Among the developments, it's been revealed that 50 Cent's former girlfriend, Daphne Joy, is implicated in the unfolding drama.

Publication: 29.03.2024 - 16:34
Rape and assault allegations against 50 Cent: Ex-girlfriend speaks out
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In recent months, all eyes were on Puff Daddy, also known as P. Diddy or Puffy, real name Sean John Combs, following accusations of sexual harassment and physical violence by his ex-girlfriend Cassie. Despite efforts to quell the scandal through a quick settlement with Cassie, a succession of allegations against Combs has surfaced. This week, a raid on the rapper's homes by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security made headlines worldwide, intensifying the scrutiny.

Chilling accusations against the rapper include molesting underage girls, rape, forced drug use, drug trafficking through ex-girlfriends, and armed assault. Amid these allegations, another famous figure, Curtis James Jackson III, known professionally as 50 Cent, finds his ex-girlfriend, Daphne Joy, caught in the controversy.

In a lawsuit filed in February by Rodney "Lil Rod" Jones, Joy is alleged to have been a sex worker sold to Combs. Joy and 50 Cent were in a relationship between 2011 and 2012 and share an 11-year-old son. The couple split following Joy's allegations of abuse against the rapper, which 50 Cent has denied.

50 Cent took to social media to share a photo of Diddy and Joy, sarcastically commenting, "Didn’t know you were a sex worker, you little sex worker."

Following these revelations, there's speculation that 50 Cent is seeking custody of his son shared with Joy. Additionally, 50 Cent's pointed social media posts following the harassment allegations against Puff Diddy have drawn attention.

Monthly Payments Alleged

These claims stem from a lawsuit initiated by Rodney "Lil Rod" Jones, who accuses Diddy of coercing him into sexual encounters with prostitutes and alleges that Brenden Paul, an associate of Diddy, was involved in arms trafficking and facilitating payments to sex workers.

Most of Diddy's alleged payments to sex workers were in cash, but the lawsuit mentions that monthly payments were made to four sex workers, including Joy, for their services.

Yung Miami, Jade, and Daphne Joy are listed as women who were paid monthly via bank transfer for their services as sex workers for Combs.

Denials and Legal Response

To date, Diddy has denied all accusations against him and has not been formally charged or detained by the police.

Diddy's attorney, Shawn Holley, responded to the allegations, stating, "Lil Rod is nothing but a liar seeking a $30 million lawsuit payout. He recklessly speaks about completely fabricated and non-occurring events. This is nothing more than an attempt to grab headlines."

Furthermore, Diddy's legal team asserts they possess overwhelming and indisputable evidence proving Jones' claims are entirely false: "We will address these bizarre claims in court and take all necessary actions against those responsible."

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