More trouble for Sean “Diddy” Combs.

Some of Combs’ former employees have spoken out about his allegedly abusive tendencies during their time working for him.

Their stories came to light following footage of Diddy assaulting Cassie that went viral last month.

In a new report published by The Daily Beast on Saturday (June 1), five people detailed their experiences working for the Hip-Hop mogul. In order to tell their stories comfortably, each person requested anonymity.

One former employee recounted the consequences of challenging Diddy.

“He didn’t like that I wasn’t agreeing with him, and he wasn’t interested in hearing my point of view. He puts one hand on both sides of my cheeks and says ‘Stick out your tongue,’ and then he squeezes my face harder and yells at me to stick out my tongue, forces his hands on my face.”

Diddy grabbed her face and demanded she stick out her tongue to see if it was bleeding from biting it.

“There was erratic behavior, there was definitely what I would consider mental abuse, [with] how he spoke to us as employees,” another person shared, claiming he was fired for making eye contact with Puff. He added that there was “a lot of profanity, kind of aggressive, in your face — physically in your face — kind of stuff.”

“When people ask me about it, I always tell them it was the worst experience I ever had in my life,” he continued. “He felt as though he should never be questioned and what he says is what it is.”

A third employee recalled, “It was as if you’re walking down the street and someone randomly threw a brick at your head out of the blue. Out of the blue, if he was unhappy with something that you might not have done but he thought you did, you ‘caught a brick.’”

They remembered being surrounded by security guards while Diddy screamed at them from inches away.

“I was surrounded by security guards, [who] rushed over — while he’s six inches from my face, screaming at me, telling me I fucked up.”

Similar allegations came from a former Blue Flame employee who endured verbal abuse. “There was a lot of cursing, a lot of talking to people crazy, a lot of [calling women] bitches, [saying], ‘Fuck you,’ or ‘Stupid,’” she said.

“Everyone was kind of cautioned that, ‘Oh, he might say something weird or something off,’ but were told they should ‘just turn the other way.’ His assistants and representatives would be like, ‘We just keep it moving.’ He has so many assistants, I can’t remember who they all were.”

However, not all former employees were entirely critical. “I don’t think he was exceptionally crazy,” acknowledging the intense work environment but mentioning an underlying professionalism. Another added, “He lives up to everything […] You learn to understand what you are dealing with.”5,978 

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