Diddy Sued For Stealing


Puff Daddy's lawyers have been very busy.

He's facing two sexual assault lawsuits after settling such a suit with Cassie.

He also recently settled his lawsuit against liquor giant Diageo.

Now Charles Kenyatta Jr., an inmate at Collins Correctional Facility, is suing Puff for violating his trademark on the phrase "Act Bad" by dropping a song of the same name and attempting to merchandise the track.

“The Certificate of Engagement and release Bad Boy Part 4 LLC contract was made and signed without the consent, assent or knowledge of Charles Kenyatta Jr. Plaintiff was entered into a contract with Sean Combs, owner of Bad Boy Part 4 LLC, without consent. The contract was sent to Plaintiff’s Entertainment Lawyer Andrew Covington on June 1st, 2023. The Plaintiff’s lawyer contacted defendant Sean Combs’ Lawyer Pamela Gurley and was told the contract was agreed by both parties. After that, Defendant Sean Comb’s lawyer stopped answering emails from Plaintiff’s Lawyer Andrew Covington," reads the suit. “Sean Combs made a song called ‘ACT BAD’ and wanted to [sell] Act Bad merchandise, a percentage of the net profits for recorded song and music video, also a percentage of merchandise T-shirts, hats, etc. Charles Kenyatta Jr did not sign [the] contract because he was incarcerated, and any contract should be [forwarded] to his Power of Attorney to sign on his behalf. Secondly, it was another person’s name on the contract that had to be removed. The percentage was not of Plaintiff’s liking, there was no upfront or advance monetary and it was a bunch of miscellaneous things plaintiff wanted to remove off contract.”

Kenyatta Jr is representing himself and wants $10 million.

So it's probably not the lawsuit Puff is most worried about.

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