Cassie breaks her silence on Diddy’s assault video

Cassie breaks her silence on Diddy’s assault video

Cassie breaks her silence on Diddy's assault video
Cassie breaks her silence on Diddy’s assault video

Vocalist Cassie Ventura, ex-girlfriend of rapper Sean “Diddy” Combs, on Thursday freely said thanks to the individuals who backed her after the discharge of a 2016 observation video that showed up to appear him attacking her at a Los Angeles hotel.

“Thank you for all of the cherish and bolster from my family, companions, outsiders and those I have however to meet,” the “Me & U” vocalist composed in a post on Instagram. Household Savagery is THE issue. It broke me down to somebody I never thought I would become,” she added.

Combs posted an statement of regret on social media on Sunday, two days after the video was discharged on CNN.

“I’m really sorry,” he said in a video post on his Instagram page. “My behavior on that video is reprehensible. I take full obligation for my activities in that video. I’m appalled. I was appalled at that point when I did it. I’m appalled presently. In the reconnaissance video, the rapper shows up to snatch Ventura as she holds up by an lift at the hotel.

Ventura composed that she is way better presently but will continuously be recuperating from her past.

“My as it were inquire is that Everybody open your heart to accepting casualties for the to begin with time. It takes a parcel of heart to tell the truth out of a circumstance that you were feeble in,” she composed. She encouraged individuals to never bear burdens alone and said her “healing journey” would never conclusion indeed with back. Other ladies in the industry, most outstandingly other Dark ladies, included comments of bolster on the 37-year-old singer’s post.

“The Color Purple” performing artist Taraji P. Henson sent a message with hearts and supplication hands, whereas individual vocalist Chloe Bailey composed “we adore you so much Cassie. Ventura sued Combs in 2023, denouncing him of serial physical manhandle, sexual servitude and assault amid a 10-year relationship. The claim said he controlled her through terrorizing, drugs and liquor. The parties settled the matter the taking after day for undisclosed terms. Agents for Combs said at the time the settlement was “in no way an confirmation of wrongdoing.”

Attorney Meredith Firetog, who spoken to Ventura, said Combs’ statement of regret on Sunday does not vindicate him.