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today21 November, 2023
Just as quickly as Cassie dropped jaws for suing her former boss and boyfriend Diddy over bombshell accusations he physically and sexually abused her, the R&B singer-model had heads scratched at the announcement she had negotiated a settlement before the lawsuit headed to court.
And while reps for the music mogul (born Sean Combs) maintain his innocence and assert the settlement was not an “admission of wrongdoing,” that hasn’t stopped commentators from keeping conversation about the hot topic ablaze on social media and beyond.
Among those making tongues wag for his commentary is controversial Web personality DJ Akademiks, who recently made headlines for his beef with Combs’ current rumored girlfriend – rapper Yung Miami.
As seen in the tweets above, Akademiks (born Livingston Allen) took to Twitter over the weekend to share his thoughts about Diddy’s debacle.
“Yung Miami loud a** ain’t tweet in 4 days…cmon,” he said to his 1.4 million followers on the platform. “Don’t make it this obvious.”
When not trying to restart drama with the City Girls hitmaker, Allen homed in on her friend and his newest arch nemesis Saucy Santana.
Fans of the ‘Booty‘ hitmaker know he recently promised to clap Livingston’s booty in defense of his bestie, Miami, after the DJ slammed the Girls’ latest album (‘RAW‘) for its commercial nonperformance.
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Just weeks after breaking down in tears over Santana’s sexual assault threat, Livingston took to the net to blast the rapper for the commercial nonperformance of his diss track, ‘Meet Me in Da Skreets,’ which was crafted in reference to their ongoing quarrel.
“It’s 9 days later; for all that clout chasing that boy did, how many views did it do? 8,000,” said Allen before launching into a homophobic rant (as seen in the video captured by our friends at TNT).
It didn’t take long for Saucy to respond and explain that the low streaming figures were due to ‘Skreets’ being a surprise release with no promo.
That’s not all he said. Look below for his full explanation.
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