18 companies cut ties with rapper, Diddy over alleged sexual assault

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Eighteen companies, including Tsuri, Rebecca Allen, Fulaba, and Baby Donna, have officially ended their partnerships with Empower Global, a venture founded by Diddy, an American singer whose real name is Sean Combs.

These brands confirmed the decision to Rolling Stone Magazine on Sunday.

Founder of luxury-bag, eyewear, and apparel company, House of Takura, Annette Njau said; “We take the allegations against Mr. Combs seriously and find such behavior abhorrent and intolerable. We believe and support victims’ rights, even against the most powerful of people.”

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This disassociation comes after a series of sexual assault allegations against Diddy, with a fourth lawsuit recently filed by Jane Doe, claiming she was sex trafficked and gang raped by Diddy, Harve Pierre, and another individual in 2003 when she was 17.

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Diddy had previously stepped down as chairman of Revolt TV, a media company he co-founded.

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