Diddy as a ‘different breed’: Diddy’s Son REVEALS How Diddy’s ALL MEN PARTIES Traumatized Him For Life! – ‘THAT’S NOT MY DAD’

They say like father like son. Apparently, Quincy Brown doesn’t believe this saying because as he has recently spilled, he’s nothing like his adoptive dad Sean Diddy Combs, and he even blamed the music mogul for the trauma he received at an early age!

Quincy Brown, the stepson of music mogul Diddy, recently opened up about his childhood experiences and the trauma he attributes to being around Diddy. Despite celebrating his 30th birthday with a lavish party thrown by Diddy a few years ago, Quincy has since reflected on the negative impact of his opulent childhood.

Quincy, who was adopted by Diddy at a young age, claims that his exposure to Diddy’s lifestyle and frequent parties had a detrimental effect on his well-being. He suggests that witnessing certain behaviors at Diddy’s gatherings, including all-male parties with high-profile celebrities, minors, and adult content, left him deeply traumatized.

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While Diddy’s parties are known for their extravagance and star-studded guest lists, Quincy portrays them as disturbing and harmful, particularly for young individuals like himself. He describes Diddy as a “different breed” when it comes to entertainment, and he now regrets having been part of that environment.

Quincy also expresses concern for his younger siblings, especially Diddy’s six-month-old daughter, Love. He emphasizes the need to protect them from the potentially damaging experiences he endured.

The interview suggests that Quincy, despite the privileges of wealth and access to influential circles, views his childhood as tarnished by the darker aspects of Diddy’s lifestyle. He questions the impact on his well-being and indicates a shift in his relationship with Diddy, seeking a healthier connection with his biological father, Al B. Sure.

The narrative raises questions about the influence and consequences of fame, wealth, and celebrity lifestyles on the well-being of individuals, even within the context of familial relationships.

Bad Boy Records Regrets: Freddy P Reveals Diddy & Making The Band Is The Reason He ‘Hates Life’

Freddy P from MTV’s hit show ‘Making The Band’ reveals the show and Diddy are responsible for why he “hates” life.

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Recently, social media decided to bring Diddy’s Making The Band back in the spotlight. For the new generation, they were blown away learning about the show and all its drama and the fact Da Band actually released an album. However, the most surprising part to some of social media was seeing the hopeful artist walking to get a slice of cheesecake for Diddy.

Looking back, you could argue it was humiliating, but at the time, artists creating opportunities for themselves online was unheard of unlike now. With the show going viral, naturally, people begin to ask where the cast is these days and one person who spoke up was rapper Freddy P, the fade captain on the show. He took to social media to repost a fan airing out Diddy for his actions on the show and instantly you could tell he hasn’t healed from the experience.

“God knows if I was @diddy I would’ve done WAY MORE FOR THESE KIDS,” Freddy wrote in the caption. “Any real ninja would’ve. You start out JUST CHASING A DREAM. Then it QUICKLY GET SNATCHED AWAY. Made me NEVER WANT TO RAP. God gone have the last laugh. My talent was given to me to touch hearts and homes an it was silenced. You silenced God’s plan. Everyone who ever took part will depart horribly from [Earth emoji].”

The saddest part of the post was Freddy openly admitting he still feels Diddy causes him mental harm and has even considered taking his own life.

Another Making The Band alumni Willie Taylor spoke out as well about the experience in a now-deleted Instagram post.

“Making The Band was [an] experience for sure,” Taylor wrote in a post on Instagram that’s since been deleted. “But the platform and contracts were all set up for the failure of hungry talents.”

Being in the spotlight isn’t for everyone, then when you add in contracts with someone who knows nothing about the industry, you can easily see how it could harm mental health. Hopefully, they can heal from their trauma from the show because we can almost promise Diddy hasn’t thought about the show in years as he kept his promise to give an opportunity.

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