Two former Bad Boy Entertainment artists have outed Diddy for their troubles. First, Freddy P from Da Band blamed the hitmaker for making him suicidal. And Bad Boy’s prodigal son Ma$e is back on the attack with a diss record aimed directly at Diddy. Meanwhile, Diddy says folks need to hustle harder.
Freddy P Say He’s Suicidal
Freddy P from Da Band took to his Instagram and got very transparent about his current mental health. The former MTV reality TV show bandmate admitted to being suicidal. He shared, “This year alone I’ve contemplated suicide 2 or 3 times.” Adding that, “This N***a puffy, he is the main reason i hate life.”
Freddy P accuses Diddy of blackballing him within the industry by ruining his relationship with Miami Hip-Hop titans like DJ Khaled and Rick Ross. He wrote, “I can’t prove he is hating on me, but i can tell by my n***a”s actions.”
Mase Suggests Diddy Exploited Biggie’s Death
Not to be outdone, former Bad Boy artist turned pastor turned rapper (again), Ma$e, dropped a diss record seemingly directed at his old CEO, Diddy. The title of the diss record is “Oracle 2” – the sequel to the original “Oracle” which was a lengthy diss song aimed at former Mase foe, rapper Cam’ron.
On Oracle 2, Ma$e is very vocal about his displeasure towards Diddy saying, “Yeah, I’m just a Harlem n***a reppin’ down a Vegas strip with my own Suge / You from Mt. Vernon, n***a, go & rep your own hood.” He goes on to insinuate that Diddy is profiting off of the death of The Notorious B.I.G. with lines like “I’m not hating on your Billi worth / Right now, I’m only saying what you really work / You ain’t no architect / You just a n***a who know how to market death.”
Diddy Responds With “LOVE”
Diddy never directly responded to Freddy P and his Instagram revelations claiming that Diddy was the source of his mental illness nor to Ma$e’s diss record “The Oracle 2.”
However, the rap CEO did take to his Instagram to post a meme that seemed to address his disgruntled former artists. The post stated “Stop all your crying, bitching, and moaning. Hustle harder or get the f**k out of our way.”
He signed it, “LOVE” followed by heart and prayer emojis. Producer London On The Track, Raekwon, and former Bad Boy artist, Kelly Price co-signed the post.
Did Diddy Fail Black Rob?
Bad Boy alum, Mark Curry — who performed on the “Bad Boy 4 Life” track with Diddy and Black Rob — posted on Instagram in 2021 to update fans on Black Rob’s declining health situation. Curry said Diddy reached out, but additional help was still needed.
He said, “Puffy, we need your help, and you are reaching out. You’re tryin’ to help. We not gonna say he’s not. Puffy is really tryin’ to help. But call, reach out. Have someone call. We’re here together. It’s a lot of things you need to know, brother.”
However, just days after DMX passed, Black Rob passed away too.