Diddy takes a temporary leave from his role as Chairman at Revolt in response to an ongoing lawsuit.



Music executive Diddy has reportedly made the tough decision to temporarily step down from his position as Chairman at Revolt in light of recent legal challenges.

Sources with direct knowledge revealed to TMZ that Diddy reached this decision last week. Insiders explained that his primary aim in taking this temporary step is to prevent the ongoing accusations against him from overshadowing Revolt’s mission and success. Despite the legal issues, Revolt is currently marking its 10th anniversary and thriving under the leadership of CEO Detavio Samuels and Chief Brand Officer Deon Graham.

Following a swift resolution of a lawsuit with his ex-girlfriend, Cassie, who had accused him of sexual assault, abuse, and human trafficking, Diddy now faces two additional lawsuits. One, filed by Joi Dickerson-Neal, alleges that Diddy sexually assaulted her on camera during her college years in 1991. The second lawsuit, brought by a Jane Doe, claims that Diddy and singer-songwriter Aaron Hall took turns sexually assaulting her and her friends in either 1990 or 1991.

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