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Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs reacts to video showing him brutally beating his ex-girlfriend

Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs admitted this Sunday May 19 that He hit on Cassie’s ex-girlfriend in a hotel hallway in 2016, after CNN aired a video of the brutal attack.

The rapper released a video message saying he is “really sorry” for his “unforgivable” behavior.

What Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs said about the violence against his ex

The controversial singer took to social media and said: I take full responsibility for my actions in this video.”

I was disgusted with what I was doing I just did it and now I’m sick,” the music entrepreneur said via Instagram and Facebook.

The footage released last Friday, May 17, shows Combs wearing only a white towel, punching and kicking the singer of R&B Cassie, who was his protégé and girlfriend at the time. You can also see how he pushes her, drags her and throws a pot at her.

Cassie, whose legal name is Cassandra Ventura, sued Combs in November accusing him of years of sexual, physical and emotional abuse.

The lawsuit was settled the next day, but it sparked intense scrutiny of Combs, and other allegations emerged in the months that followed.

In addition, the authorities started a investigation into Combs for alleged sex trafficking and raided his mansions in Los Angeles and Miami.

The artist has denied the allegations contained in the lawsuits, but neither he nor his representatives have responded to the newly released video.

“It’s so hard to reflect on the darkest moments of your life, but sometimes you have to,” he said in a statement over the weekend.

“I went and sought professional help. I started going to therapy, to go to rehab. I had to ask God for his mercy and grace. I’m so sorry. But I am determined to be a better person, each and every day. “I’m not asking for forgiveness, I’m really sorry.”

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Source: univision

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