Diddy Steps Down as Chairman of Revolt Amid S**ual Assault Lawsuits

Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs, the US rapper, has temporarily stepped down as chairman of Revolt, his television network.

This was announced on Tuesday via Revolt’s Instagram feed.

According to the organization, Diddy’s decision was made to guarantee that Revolt stays focused on its purpose of delivering meaningful content.

“Sean Combs has stepped down from his position as chairman of Revolt,” the statement reads.

“While Mr. Combs has previously had no operational or day-to-day role in the business, this decision helps to ensure that Revolt remains steadfastly focused on our mission to create meaningful content for the culture.”

Diddy’s action follows many lawsuits alleging s**ual assault and misconduct against the musician.

Cassie, Diddy’s ex-girlfriend, filed a lawsuit on November 17 accusing him of r*pe, abuse, and human trafficking throughout their 10-year relationship.

However, the complaint was resolved out of court one day after it was filed.

A second action was filed shortly after, alleging that the rapper s**ually assaulted a college student in 1991.

An unnamed woman named Jane Doe filed an additional lawsuit against Diddy, alleging that he and Aaron Hall, a US singer, took turns raping her and her pals between 1990 and 1991.

In response, the rapper denied all allegations, calling them “fabricated”.

Diddy founded Revolt with Andy Schuon in 2013.

The network is behind shows such as ‘Love & Respect With Killer Mike’, ‘Revolt Black News’, and ‘Sneakin’ in With Druski’.

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