Suge Knight Accuses Diddy Of Being A Longtime FBI Informant

Suge Knight Stands By Diddy Amid Sexual Assault Allegations
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Sean “Diddy” Combs’ case takes an unexpected turn as the disgraced rapper is slammed with allegations of being a longtime FBI informant.

In the latest episode of his Collect Call with Suge Knight podcast, the co-founder and former CEO of Death Row Records, currently serving a 28-year prison sentence, spilled the tea on Combs’ alleged cooperation.

“It’s a lot of things that people been knowing, and everybody gets judged differently,” Knight told his son, Collect Call host Legend Knight.

He continued: “It shouldn’t be a grey area when it comes to doing something right, doing something positive, or doing something for the community. That being said, naturally, Puffy been an FBI informant forever, as they would say. That’s why it’s different when it comes to him.”

Referring to the embattled Bad Boy mogul’s long list of accusations, including sexual assault, physical abuse, and sex trafficking, Suge went on to point the finger at those complicit in his alleged crimes.

“Regardless of who gets hurt, all everybody been saying is ‘Puffy, Puffy, Puffy,’” Knight lamented. “I think they shouldn’t all blame everything on Puffy. His exes in the industry knew about it. Everybody in his crew knew about it. The bi**hes he dates knew about it. Everybody knew about it. So don’t push away from it now.”

Suge’s claims come on the heels of Howard University retracting Puffy’s honorary degree amid ongoing controversy.

On Friday (June 7), Howard University’s Board of Trustees voted unanimously to revoke Diddy’s honorary degree terminating long-term relationships with the embattled Bad Boy mogul, The Hilltop reported at the time.

In addition to rescinding the honor, the board has also decided to axe the substantial 2023 pledge agreement to the tune of $1 million expected to be fulfilled but never received by the Sean Combs Foundation.

A Howard University spokesperson released the statement below on behalf of the Howard University Board of Trustees.

The Howard University Board of Trustees voted unanimously today to accept the return by Mr. Sean Combs of the honorary degree conferred upon him in 2014. This acceptance revokes all honors and privileges associated with the degree. Accordingly, the Board has directed that his name be removed from all documents listing honorary degree recipients of Howard University. 

Mr. Combs’ behavior as captured in a recently released video is so fundamentally incompatible with Howard University’s core values and beliefs that he is deemed no longer worthy to hold the institution’s highest honor,” the statement reads, referencing a 2016 hotel surveillance video in which Combs can be seen assaulting his then-girlfriend Casandra “Cassie” Ventura.  

The University is unwavering in its opposition to all acts of interpersonal violence. 

The Board has also directed the University administration to immediately take the following actions: terminate a 2016 gift agreement with Mr. Combs, disband the scholarship program in his name, return his $1 million contribution, and terminate a 2023 pledge agreement with the Sean Combs Foundation.  

No payments toward the $1 million pledge have been due or made by the Sean Combs Foundation as of this date, therefore no funds are due to be returned under the 2023 pledge agreement.”