In a recent display of her stance against Diddy, comedian Luenell took to Instagram to deface an image of the music mogul, adding a mustache and horns to a photo of him alongside DJ Khaled and Ashad. Her post, captioned “Nuff said🚫😤 Boy bye👋🏾 #Justice4KP,” serves as a stark reminder of the ongoing sexual assault allegations against Diddy.
The latest development in these allegations comes from Diddy’s former head of security, Roger Bonds, who has revealed that he intervened to prevent Diddy from abusing Cassie and others. Bonds, who worked for Diddy for over a decade, was named in Cassie’s lawsuit against Diddy, in which she accused him of sexual assault, sex trafficking, and more.
Cassie’s lawsuit alleges that one of the assaults occurred in 2009, when Diddy became enraged after seeing her conversing with another talent agent. “In the car leaving the club, Mr. Combs beat Ms. Ventura, pushing her into a corner of the vehicle and stomping on her face,” the lawsuit states. “Mr. Combs’s security staff, Roger Bonds, tried to stop the beating, but was unable to deescalate the situation.”
Bonds has corroborated this allegation in a TikTok video, stating that this incident was one of many reasons he chose to leave Diddy’s employment. “I was sick of everything that was going on around you,” he said in the video. “I was sick of having to cover up everything that you did. I was sick. Cassie spoke on it. She said, ‘Yeah, I jumped on it. I jumped in between it.’ That wasn’t the only time. It was other times, and it was other people.”
These allegations paint a disturbing picture of Diddy’s alleged behavior, further fueling the calls for justice against him. Luenell’s public condemnation of Diddy is a sign that these allegations are not being taken lightly, and that those who speak out against abusers will be heard.