This Creepy Video of Young Girl and P Diddy Will Have You Questioning Everything

The truth surrounding the famous rapper P Diddy is beginning to emerge, and as more  details come to light, the story becomes increasingly disturbing.

One significant development is a video circulating online featuring a young girl  recounting a bizarre tale of how P Diddy found her on the "streets" and adopted her. This narrative aligns with the current accusations  against the embattled rapper, who faces allegations of sex trafficking and grooming.

Adding to the controversy is a disturbing  account from fellow artist Usher, who disclosed that P Diddy began indoctrinating him into the sexual culture of the music industry at the tender age of 13.
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From Independent UK:

In a 2004 interview with Rolling Stone, Usher recalled how Diddy introduced him to “a totally different set of s*** — sex, specifically”.

“Sex is so hot in the industry, man,” he continued, claiming: “There was always girls around. You’d open a door and see somebody doing it, or several people in a room having an orgy. You never knew what was going to happen.“

Years later, when Usher was promoting his 2016 film Hands of Stone, in which he starred opposite Robert De Niro and Edgar Ramirez, he appeared on the Howard Stern show where he was also questioned about his experiences at Diddy’s home.

Describing it as “pretty wild”, Usher said he witnessed “curious things” and emphasised that this was the Nineties: “Do you understand what that’s like?”

“I went there to see the lifestyle,” he continued. “And I saw it. But I don’t know if I could indulge and understand what I was even looking at. It was pretty wild. It was crazy.

“There were very curious things taking place and I didn’t necessarily understand it.”

“You’re a dad now. Would you ever send your kid to a Puffy camp?” Stern asked him.

“Hell no,” Usher replied.

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