Hulu Cancels Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs’ Reality Show ‘Diddy+7’ Amid Multiple Sexual Abuse Allegations

Hulu Cancels Sean 'Diddy' Combs' Reality Show 'Diddy+7' Amid Multiple Sexual Abuse Allegations

Streaming giant Hulu has made the decision to drop the reality show “Diddy+7” featuring Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs, amid multiple allegations of sexual abuse and assault against the music producer. This move comes in the wake of a lawsuit filed by Combs’ ex-girlfriend Cassie, along with accusations from other women.

The show, which was being produced by James Corden’s company Fulwell 73, was still in its early stages when Hulu chose to discontinue it. This development was confirmed by sources to Rolling Stone. The show was intended to focus on the life of the 54-year-old hip-hop icon and his family.

In addition to Hulu’s action, a total of 23 companies have reportedly severed their business ties with Diddy’s e-commerce venture, Empower Global. This includes Nekita May Art Co., whose founder, Tammy Nekita Lembrick, emphasized the importance of moral integrity and the decision to disassociate from Empower Global. Annette Njau, founder of House of Takura, also stated that her company halted its collaboration with Empower Global immediately after Cassie Ventura filed her lawsuit.

Diddy has also stepped down from his position as chairman of the network Revolt. Meanwhile, liquor company Diageo has taken legal steps to prevent the use of Diddy’s image in promotions for DeLéon tequila.

Last month, Diddy reached a settlement in the lawsuit filed by Cassie Ventura, which alleged a history of abuse dating back to when she met him at 19 years old. Ventura, now 37, accused Combs of subjecting her to physical violence and forcing her into unwanted sexual situations. Additionally, three more women have come forward with allegations against Combs, including a claim of sexual assault in 2003 when the accuser was 17.

Diddy has denied these allegations, stating on Instagram that “enough is enough.” This series of events marks a significant shift in the entertainment industry’s response to allegations of sexual misconduct.

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